Chasing Lyft And Uber, Ground Transportation Industry Pools Resources

By | March 3, 2017

[UPDATE, March 10, 2017: In another example of ground transport convergence, Hertz Europe aligned with Blacklane to provide cars with professional drivers. The "first stage" of an international roll-out brought the program to nine European countries. Customers can request airport transfers, limousines and other chauffeured services via direct Hertz sales channels. The company said it's aiming to provide "increasingly comprehensive transportation solutions."]

A lot is happening in the B2B ground transport sector, with operators and supporting technology firms converging. Much of the action is in response . . .

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