Uber Sees Record Ridership, Finally Posts a Profit
The ride-hailing giant posted an operating profit for the first time in its history, thanks largely in part to its successful food delivery business.
Curb Space Management Finally Getting a Good Look
Cities are beginning to recognize that effective curb management is an important part of reducing congestion and ensuring equitable use of public space.
Food Trucks on Demand
Move over, ride-hailing companies. Food trucks have been responding to demand in neighborhoods.
The Delivery App Revolt
For many Americans living through the social distancing and stay-at-home-orders of 2020, supporting local businesses means cutting out the tech middle man.
Nighthawks No More: N.Y.C. Diners Face an Uncertain Future
Diners are part of social and cultural landscape of New York City, but many are closing as owners contend with increasing development pressures.
Divvy's Top Rider Talks About Getting African-Americans Onto Divvy Bikes
Kerida Roland is an African-American delivery man based in Chicago's South Loop who put more than 6,000 miles on Divvy bikes in 2017.
Food Delivery Could Be the Secret to Uber's Success
While Uber's ride hailing services are famously unprofitable, food delivery is quickly gaining traction for the troubled transportation network company.
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