The largest car sharing company in the world is withdrawing from five North American cities after being squeezed at both ends of a volatile economy that has given passengers a multitude options to motor around their cities.
London's painstaking network of new bike lanes, its refurbished signals at intersections, and its world-famous traffic congestion policies are paying off with record ridership. Can New York get with the programme (yes, that's the British spelling!)
Nashville is moving to end the city's e-scooter program after a scooter rider was killed by a car driver last month. The strategy comes as New York State is about to enter its own brave new world of micro-mobility.