Tiantian Yongche, a carpool and ridesharing app, announced it has received an undisclosed series C round of funding led by Baidu, followed by Sequoia Capital.
At MWC 2015 in Barcelona this week, the students showcased its solution to reduce traffic accidents using an app and gadget combo to ensure drivers are alert.
Everyone's Uber will share ride data with a local university and the Fukuoka City government in order to improve transportation infrastructure.
PinoyTravel is helping passengers save time and energy by letting them book bus seats online instead of going to terminals to line up.
Go-Jek offers three services: transportation, courier, and shopping.
Japanese electric vehicle startup launches e-rickshaw with 100-kilometer range, to debut in India.
The logistics-on-demand startup is currently active in three markets in Asia.
It is not only within cities that taxi services are disorganized in India. From fragmented supply to unreliable service, a plethora of issues plague intercity taxi services as well. This is where Sava...
Zoomcar was founded by Americans Greg Moran and David Back in Bangalore last year. Among its first backers was Lawrence H. Summers, former president of Harvard University.
Soon-to-go-public Chinese car rental agency eHi buys $25M stake in top taxi hailing app Kuaidi Dache
An updated prospectus from Chinese online car rental agency eHi shows the company in April bought an 8.4 percent stake in taxi hailing app Kuaidi Dache for US$25 million.
In a first-of-its-kind move, taxi app Ola has on-boarded Mumbai’s traditional *Kaali-peeli* taxis to its network. The move is an attempt to kill three birds with one stone.
The new train will connect Tokyo and Nagoya in just 40 minutes - less than half the time it takes by current shinkansen.
If you run a startup that has anything to do with cars in China, then there’s a pretty good chance you got funded recently.
The Chinese startup just received a US$5 million series A round of funding from undisclosed investors.
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Just two months after securing US$10 million in series B round of funding, Indian cab aggregator TaxiForSure has just secured an additional US$30 million.
The race to cover Indian cities with cab services has entered a new stretch, with the entry of Olacabs into Ahmedabad just days after its competitor TaxiForSure
Uber has outgrown local demand in Tokyo and has launched two new services in order to keep up.