“The bigger the better” has given way to “the longer the wronger.”
And it’s getting hotter — OK, enough with the puns.
This week, it declared inventory sold out.
It still seems to support one; it just wants it to be done incrementally.
Less bed, more cab, and a whole lot of pleasure driving.
Younger generations are into electric vehicles… if they can afford them.
Plus: Wordle’s leader, landline numbers, and a neat Uber stat.
The rental car giant is on a mission to electrify its fleet.
The value of a NYC taxi medallion increased for the first time since 2014.
Plus: India’s electric boom, cheap pheromones, and Saudi tourism.
Still, we’ll believe it when we see it.
Celebs are taking private jets despite climate change woes. One Twitter account is tracking them.
Not everyone is happy about the new pricing model.
Plus, more numbers about airplane innovations and cities seeing rent drops.
The pandemic put scooter-sharing on pause, but usage is bouncing back.
The EPA’s new program replaces old buses with more efficient models.
Owners are offering everything from food and drinks to hookah to lure customers.
AI can help time traffic lights to improve emergency response, congestion, and public transit.
The mask mandate for transit is maybe coming to an end — or so air execs hope.
If any car is gonna get rural Americans to go green, it’s an electric F-150.
Plus: WhatsApp voice messages, and iPhones stacked to the moon.
With a wide range of new travel options on its UK app, Uber showed it wants to be a one-stop shop for travel.
A new technology could make roads safer and reduce emissions.