Cabify has launched Spain's first fleet of hydrogen-powered ride-hailing vehicles with four Toyota Mirai vehicles.
Cruise has been granted the first Driverless Deployment Permit to charge for its driverless ride-hailing service in San Francisco.
Leading organisations have formed the Shared Mobility Network to make shared mobility more convenient than driving a private car.
Via's technology powers the new public flexibus+, allowing residents and visitors in Swaffham, England, to conveniently book an affordable ride on-demand.
ATOM has launched a ride-hailing and taxi platform that can be easily integrated with the existing shared mobility software provided to customers worldwide.
Since 2017, Arlington Via Rideshare, the public transportation service, has helped residents, students and visitors make 1 million trips.
Waymo Driver will be integrated into a new mobility-focused, all-electric Zeekr vehicle, designed for autonomous ride-hailing.