These 12 articles from last month speak to the future of parking within the larger transportation landscape. Skim them to stay ahead of the curve.
“The median age of ride-hailing apps in the U.S. is 33, with 18- to 29-year-olds seven times more likely to use these services vs those aged 65 or above.”
Learn more about the deal here.
This Swiss city allows people to summon buses with their smartphones, making public transportation much more convenient, almost like ride-sharing.
Self-driving cars would mean lower prices for ride-sharing apps, giving them a competitive edge.
Smart cities are built by putting a layer of technology on top of pre-existing infrastructure to make it more efficient. How can parking fit it?
“The Scoop application connects people who live in the same neighborhoods and work near each other to arrange carpools.” It’s another app reducing the number of commuters driving to work.
Read this article for an overview of every company getting involved in the connected car.
With more affordable batteries, electric cars are becoming much more accessible.
The service includes on-demand car delivery through Zirx, the former on-demand valet company.
“…people are going to be driving their 10-or 20- year old dumb cars for decades. We need to make the roads smarter, not the cars.”
Car shows are becoming more and more tech focused. Parking tech included.