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BBT July/August 2018
July/August 2018
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Tesla Model S profile
13 Aug 2018
Company launches new Green Class fleet
Volkswagen Golf
10 Aug 2018
Car hire operates at five locations
Uber app
9 Aug 2018
City will implement 12-month pause on new licences
Ola driver in a cab
7 Aug 2018
Platform launches in South Wales
Travelport logo
2 Aug 2018
Technology allows faster content acquisition
Cabfind HQ in Cheshire
9 Jul 2018
Sale forms largest network of ground transport solutions
Karhoo logo
4 Jul 2018
Platform marks global expansion
Carlson Wagonlit Travel research
28 Jun 2018
And they feel safer in airports than train stations
Blacklane car
25 May 2018
Summitlink users can now book Blacklane ground transport services
Ticket machine at a train station
8 May 2018
RDG to launch public consultation
Avis Budget Group Connected Car
4 May 2018
Is the current wave of travel-related technology dehumanising or rehumanising the experience? This was the key question on my mind as I joined fellow innovators in business travel at this year’s Business Travel Show (BTS)
Graphic illustration to represent a connected car
1 May 2018
6,000 Peugeot, Citroen and DS vehicles added to fleet
Woman approaching a car with a Lyft sign in it
1 May 2018
Uber's market share continues to dwindle
Pont de Pierre in Bordeaux, ©Steve Le Clech Photos
30 Apr 2018
Train journey eliminates need to stop in Paris
American Express Global Business Travel logo
26 Apr 2018
Bookings integrated with other GBT systems
Taxi rank in London
19 Apr 2018
Taxi firms to merge
Rail tracks
10 Apr 2018
Despite major investment, rail franchises are failing and fares keep rising
5 Apr 2018
Why has car rental transformed into offering mobility solutions? Some key players explain
Conferma and Karhoo logos
15 Mar 2018
Payment solution integrates with ground transport tools
Concept drawing of future transport options
9 Feb 2018
Robo-taxis, flying cars, jet packs, 700 mph trains – is this how we’ll travel in tomorrow’s world?