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Larry Dominique says it's a 10-year-project to reestablish PSA in USA.

The first steps have been taken as PSA launches car-sharing service Free2Move at LAX.

CEO Travis Kalanick has ordered an 'urgent investigation' into the matter.

A former engineer at Uber wrote that she was sexually harassed and that her complaints were ignored by the human resources department, despite other harassment reports against the same manager.

Fewer vehicles would be more efficient, MIT argues.

New project will receive state and city funding.

100 electric vehicles will come to the Los Angeles neighborhoods that need them the most.

Prius, Yaris Hybrid and C-HR will be featured.

Toyota will try out hybrid car sharing program with two-dozen vehicles in Dublin and Italian town of Forli.

Yep, it's probably gonna have apps and car sharing.

MOIA is the name, mobility is its game.

Point-to-point car sharing service lasted five years.

The fun ends on New Year's Eve, 2016.

The sharing platform will now be availalbe in NYC, too.

There's an app for that. No, really.

It's sort of like Zip Car, but you'll share one car with just a few people, rather than lots of cars with lots of people.

LeEco says the LeSee Pro is about to blow up, in a sense.

We expect many explosions.

The Oasis is perfect for people that hate leaving their house.

Swiss design company plans to bring the concept to next year's CES.

Perhaps we really will have French cars in the US again.

Zipcar says it has reduced personal-car ownership by a lot in 16 years.

Many Zipcar members say they've either dumped their vehicles after joining Zipcar or have held off on buying one.

Nissan and Scoot Networks have decided the future looks electric and on-demand.

The future of the auto industry is electric cars that we share and use as mobile storage batteries.

The world will change, and mobility will evolve right along with it.

The car-sharing company is looking into a cheaper option for those quick errands.

Want a Zipcar for just a few miles? It's possible in some test markets in the US.

Tiny EVs might have trouble in the land of big vehicles.

Chinese company ZD already operates a car-sharing fleet in Italy, and is now thinking of coming to the US.

VP Ken Washington discusses Ford Smart Mobility, autonomous cars, and more.

For so-called "traditional" automakers, Detroit's Big Three have spent considerable resources over the past few months upending their conventional business models.

Self-driving Bolt EVs would use technology from GM-owned Cruise Automation.

GM and Lyft haven't hammered out how many cars will be part of the pilot program or which city it will be launched in yet, but we'd expect more info soon.

BeeZero to launch in Munich with 50 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell Vehicles.

Linde launches BeeZero carsharing program in Munich with Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cells fleet.

BMW wants to ensure their products get driven, even if they are shared.

BMW has chosen Seattle to be the first city for its new ReachNow program, which is an overhauled version of the earlier DriveNow car sharing program available in San Francisco.

Car sharing group blames the lack of charging infrastructure for the change.

Car2go says it can't provide its electric car sharing fleet with enough energy, so it's switching over to gas vehicles.

ABI Research predicts 400M users by 2030.

By 2030, 400 million people could be relying on robotic carsharing services to summon driverless cars to their doors.

In A Series Of Moves, GM Reinvents Itself As A Mobility Company

For now, General Motors. In the future, General Mobility? GM executives unveiled the creation of a new car-sharing service called Maven that will allow customers to use cars for as little as $6 per hour.

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