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Europe's FlixBus considers U.S. expansion

Bus| November 14, 2017

The European long-distance bus service currently operates 1,500 green buses in 26 countries and carried about 40 million passengers in 2017.

Startup transportation company, Bridj, shuts down

According to Bridj’s CEO Matthew George, the company had been in extended negotiations with a car manufacturer, when “clear skies” turned into a “hurricane in about 24 hours.”

Management & Operations| March 13, 2017

moovel, Capital Factory venture to help foster mobility growth

MobilityX will provide mobility and transportation focused startup companies access to experienced mentors from Capital Factory and Daimler executives, who will give valuable feedback and make introductions to other industry executives.

Rail| July 12, 2016

Messy lawsuit pits Hyperloop One founders against each other

The startup was apparently being torn apart by mismanagement and growing tensions between leaders, according to the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on July 12.

Motorcoach| January 19, 2016

Magic Bus focuses on city-to-city commuter service in Bay Area

Riders can schedule a ride and hook up with other commuters going a similar route for one continuous ride to work in less time than it would take to go through the various Bay Area public transportation options.

Government Issues| May 22, 2015

[Video] Innovation That Matters: How Civic Innovation Happens

How can a city attract the entrepreneurs who tackle those important challenges and give the local economy a shot in the arm? 1776 and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce set out to identify a framework that gives our cities a path forward to build something that works. Published on May 15, 2015 by 1776.dc

Bus| May 21, 2015

Luxury bus Leap Transit shut down for operating illegally

The startup was recently granted what’s known as the “authority to operate” — a precursor to an official license. But by driving its route between the Marina district and the Financial District without a license, regulators determined that Leap was breaking the law, according to SFGate.

Motorcoach| June 27, 2013

N.Y. startup aims to be Travelocity for buses

While the company has partnered with 15 bus companies, larger ones like Greyhound haven't signed on, the website's CEO Ben Silverstein said, adding that he is confident they would come around.

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