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Chariot, the crowd-sourced shuttle service acquired by Ford last year, is entering the crowded New York City transportation market.
The Charlotte Area Transit System launched a mobile payment app for light-rail services.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is looking at autonomous shuttles as part of its long-range plan, and the union representing bus drivers is concerned.
Lyft claims that its new Shuttle service is not a bus, but critics are concerned that such services can create a two-tier transportation system.
GRTC Transit System (VA) will test the use of transportation network companies to provide paratransit service for seniors and people with disabilities.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority may launch a micro-transit service, according to a radio interview with CEO Phil Washington.
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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigned a week after taking a leave of absence from the ride-hailing company he founded.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will take a leave of absence as the ride-hailing company works to redefine its corporate culture.