Transportation Network Companies

Transportation network companies, or TNCs, are comprised of mobility service companies that offer app-based rideshare and on-demand transportation solutions. Among the most popular and well-known transportation network companies presently operating in the U.S. are Uber and Lyft. Customers can simply input their location into a given service's app, choose a destination, and be provided with multiple for-hire transportation solutions. More information on transportation network companies can be found at Traffic & Transit.

A new report from workforce management platform Quinyx shows that the transportation workforce has faced schedule inflexibility both before and…
June 05, 2020
Ride Health launches transportation network in NYC equipped for COVID-19
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Ride Health—a mobility provider for health care organizations—announced the company has assembled the Greater New York City area's first…
May 14, 2020
Intel acquires Moovit to accelerate mobility-as-a-service offering
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Intel Corp. announced yesterday it has acquired Moovit, a mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) solutions company, for approximately $900 million. Moovit is…
May 06, 2020
Gov. Baker budget proposal Massachusetts MBTA public transportation
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The administration of Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker today filed its FY 2021 budget recommendation, which includes a funding increase for the …
January 22, 2020
Metro Transit-St. Louis has announced a partnership with Lyft to offer MetroLink rail riders discounted ride-hailing options to make connections…
November 27, 2019
Safr ride-sharing app for women
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A new women-focused ride-sharing app called Safr will be available in downtown Orlando for customers who download the company's app, Ride Safr.…
September 17, 2019
Driverless vehicles are inching closer to the possibility of cruising down Iowa highways, as the state House of Representatives recently joined the…
April 17, 2019
Ride-hailing company Lyft is in the process of removing thousands of electric bicycles in its bike-share programs in New York City, San Francisco and…
April 16, 2019
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