Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 14 Feb 2019

Written by David Abrahams on 14 Feb 2019

This week's top 3 stories: New UK regulations for taxis, private hire and ride hailing, new restrictions on app-based ride hailing in Poland, and over 8,000 electric scooters are coming to the streets of Madrid.

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New regulations for taxis and ride-hailing in the UK

Written by Matthew Niblett on 13 Feb 2019

Yesterday (12 February 2019) the UK Transport Minister Nusrat Ghani announced significant new developments in the regulation of taxis, private hire vehicles and ride-hailing, following an independent review of the sector known as the “Task and Finish Group”.

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Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 7 Feb 2019

Written by David Abrahams on 07 Feb 2019

This week's top 3 stories: UK review of regulation of micromobility "within weeks", another week/another regulation for ride hailing in Spain, and a crackdown on the gig economy is promised in Geneva. 

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Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 31 Jan 2019

Written by David Abrahams on 31 Jan 2019

This week's top 3 stories: Spanish politicians cave in to demands from taxi drivers, Barcelona's Mobility-as-a-Service app goes live, and Rome awaits the arrival of Lime scooters.
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Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 24 Jan 2019

Written by David Abrahams on 24 Jan 2019

This week's top 3 stories: the European Parliament opposes insurance for e-bikes, Spanish politicians struggle to find new rules for ride hailing, and Uber chalk up a win in court in Brussels.
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Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 17 Jan 2019

Written by David Abrahams on 17 Jan 2019

This week's top 3 stories: Turo boosts UK presence with easyCar Club takeover, Lime suspends scooter service in Swiss cities are reported malfunctions, EU funding for e-bike trials.
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Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 10 Jan 2019

Written by David Abrahams on 10 Jan 2019

This week's top 3 stories: UK EV charging rivals get political, strict conditions for scooter companies in Zaragoza, Spain, and Brussels taxi laws continue to be confusing in relation to Uber.
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Competition between EV charging firms gets political

Written by David Abrahams on 03 Jan 2019

Today’s Financial Times reports on the developing conflict between UK electric vehicle charging market leader Ecotricity and its competitors. This points to a significant challenge for the Government’s efforts to establish a reliable national network of charging points that can underpin consumer confidence to switch away from petrol and diesel.

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MPs call for more government support for Mobility-as-a-Service

Written by Matthew Niblett on 21 Dec 2018

The influential House of Commons Transport Select Committee has published its report from its inquiry into Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS). Here are Inline's top takeaways from the report and what may happen next.

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