A pair of Europe-based ground transportation companies recently announced plans to speed up their transitions to electric vehicles. Meanwhile, Uber expanded its green program that charges passengers a bit more and pays drivers a bit more for rides in EVs.
Many companies during the pandemic encourage employees to avoid public transport, if possible. Alternatives like private company shuttles or micromobility options such as electric scooters are typically greener choices than taxis or rental cars.
A GBTA survey in Europe last fall found that sustainability was a top pain point in ground transportation programs, cited . . .