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Chariot expands to Columbus, Ohio with JPMorgan Chase commuter shuttle

Ford’s Chariot shared commuter shuttle service is expanding to its latest new market: Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus launch is in partnership with JPMorgan Chase, and initial service in the area will be specifically a shuttle for the company’s 400 Corporate Center employees located within the city. 325 more words


Uber Will Require U.K. Drivers To Take Mandatory Rest Breaks Following Criticisms About Safety

Uber has had a rough transition into the market in the United Kingdom. The app even lost its license to operate in London during 2017 unless the company improved passenger and driver safety, as well as driver pay. 248 more words


Today in Transportation History - 1875: Turkey Gets a T√ľnel

In the present-day Republic of Turkey, an underground rail line made its official debut in Constantinople (now Istanbul). At the time, Constantinople was the capital of the Ottoman Empire. 358 more words


Tactics In Need of Revision

Despite the recent efforts by NPA Councilors DeGenova and Affleck on twitter to rile up opposition to the proposed Cambie Bridge bike lane, the public has responded in the same way they did in 2011 and 2014. 23 more words


Bombardier won't confirm a report saying it sold 10 CRJ900 jets to Iran

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. will not confirm a published report in Iran that the Canadian planemaker is finalizing its first commercial aircraft order in the Middle Eastern country. 270 more words


Tweets In Search of a Base

As we have all become aware, the blunt tweet has emerged as a tactic in political circles.

Right here in Vancouver, two NPA members of city council have taken a lesson from a certain famous Twitt-o-phile. 104 more words