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Adapting transport to the challenges of the modern world
Transport systems are one of the major pollution sources. They are responsible for the emissions of one quarter of world greenhouse gases. What
EU moves closer to waiving visas for Ukrainians
The EU has taken a step towards waiving visas for Ukrainians travelling to Europe for short trips.
Taxify steals Uber's place on the rank in Budapest
The Hungarian capital Budapest kicked US taxi app Uber out of its city in July, when it passed a new law denying Uber internet access.
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Every Friday journalists from euronews’ various language teams choose a selection of stories from Europe and beyond which may not have reached the international headlines Soaring to new…
Uber drivers fight for workers rights in London
Two Uber drivers in London have brought a test case at an employment tribunal arguing the ride service is acting unlawfully by not offering paid holidays and sick pay.
Uber quits Hungary over new law
There has been another setback for Uber which is to stop all operations in Hungary saying a new law makes it impossible to run the ride-hailing service there.
New Zapata hoverboard breaks world record
When he released the video of his first test-flight on his Flyboard Air, former French jet ski champion Franky Zapata was initially accused of staging a hoax.
New "half-bike" could be next urban Hipster hit
In a busy city or when taking public transport, an ordinary bike can take up quite a bit of space.
Saudi Arabia invests heavily in Uber
Saudi Arabia's government investment fund has put $3.5 billion (3.1 billion euros) into Uber in a boost to the ride-hailing service's Middle East expansion.
The Gotthard Base Tunnel, a project of unprecedented scale
An unprecedented feat of engineering will be unveiled to the world on June 1, 2016: the Gotthard Base railway tunnel.
All hail the self driving car
Uber has confirmed it is testing a self-driving car in the US city of Pittsburgh.
Rome's newest metro station will incorporate newly discovered ruins
The Italian city of Rome is to open its first archaeological metro station. Ancient Roman ruins and mosaics have been discovered during work on the
Apple backs Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing in blow to Uber
Apple has made a big investment in dominant Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing, dealing a major blow to Uber.
Uber & Lyft exit Texas city of Austin over background checks for drivers
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft have have quit the Texas city of Austin after losing a vote that meant their drivers would be subject to fingerprint-based criminal background checks.
China's Didi Kuaidi beefs up war chest to fend off Uber
The Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Kuaidi is reportedly close to raising $2 billion (1.75 billion euros) as it bulks up its war chest to fend off competition from Uber.
A place to call home? The challenge of integrating Europe's migrants
The migrant crisis has brought scores of refugees and asylum seekers to Europe. But what happens after they arrive in the EU? Adjusting to local life
Uber partners with Alipay for Chinese travellers worldwide
Ride-hailing service Uber has expanded its alliance with Chinese online payment platform Alipay so Chinese travelers can use its app to call for cars and pay for rides in over 400 cities worldwide.
Budapest wins European tram-driving championship
Budapest has won the European Tram drivers championship TRAM-EM for the second time. Following their maiden victory in 2012, the Hungarians once
New support for Maelbeek victims as station readies to re-open
One month to the day after the Brussels attacks and members of parliament’s investigation commission paid a symbolic visit to the Maelbeek metro
Uber agrees $25m lawsuit over driver vetting and fees
The taxi-hailing service Uber has agreed a 25 million dollar settlement to end a lawsuit in California. It has been accused of misleading customers
Santiago, Chile comes to standstill in taxi protest against Uber
Taxi drivers in Chile have been protesting against private car companies like Uber and Cabify. Thousands of taxis lined up in the centre of the
Brussels travellers struggle with security checks
After Tuesday's terror attacks, travellers in Brussels have been subject to a major security operation with troops and police checking bags leading to long delays at stations.
Facing up to Europe's urban integration challenges
With almost seven out of 10 people in Europe living in towns and cities, this week Real Economy is exploring the economics of urban integration. The
Ryanair's business plans and Uber's nemesis in China
Ryanair expands in Greece. We talks to CEO Michael O'Leary, who in the past has criticised the country's government. And Didi Kuaidi, the hugely popular ride-hailing app you've probably never hear of.
Russian lorries stuck as Poland and Ukraine close borders
Russian lorries are facing a tortuous journey to Europe because of separate disputes with Poland and Ukraine. Hundreds have been stuck at three
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Austria calls on FYRM to close borders to migrants
Taxi drivers in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, are protesting at being cut out of the lucrative migrant trade after the government