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Mobinews : 40 Posts

With nearly half of the world’s population confined, many route planning services have had to rethink their application. Indeed, in order to allow their users to limit and facilitate their trips, new functionalities have been developed. From locating restaurants that deliver to homes, to COVID-19 screening centres, to providing transport on demand, an overview of

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Article updated on 05/13/2020 From Israel to Canada, via France, many mobility fairs are organized around the world. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, many events planned for the coming weeks have been cancelled or postponed. As mobility experts, we have compiled the list of mobility events with the new dates communicated by the organizers.

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The Apple Plans application was always compared to its competitor Google Maps. But with the upcoming update of its native application, this should change in the coming months. Indeed, the apple brand has invested several billion dollars to be able to compete with Google’s navigation application. Currently deployed in the United States, it should arrive

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Following the upgrading of its drivers’ status, Uber continues to evolve. This week, the Uber Rewards arrive in France. Already available on the American market, the mastodon of urban mobility has officialized the arrival of its own loyalty program. A look back at this new system and an overview of the loyalty programs on the

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Ubitransport, a startup based in Saône-et-Loire, specialises in intelligent transport systems for the public passenger transport sector. The company is raising its first round of financing for €45 million. A round table discussion with Essling Expansion and several banks gathered around Crédit Agricole Centre-Est. Ubitransport, in few words Created in 2012 by Jean-Paul Medioni, the

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The amount of the acquisition concluded on July 1 and announced on July 10 has not been disclosed. After selling its Ouibus buses to Blablacar and separating from the VTC LeCab platform. The acquisition of iDVROOM, a subsidiary of SNCF by Klaxit, confirms the choice of the public company to turn the page on new

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