Category Archives for Transportation.

Business Travelers: Are You Using Uber Or Are You Not?

Conflicting stats tell two different sides of the ride-sharing story within business travel. One side tells us that Uber appeared on more expense reports in the second quarter of 2015 than cabs did (BusinessTravelNews); the other side says that only 11% of road warriors rely on ride-sharing services such as Uber (GBTA Study). So which is…

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Planes, Boats, Dogs – What’s Next in our Sharing Economy?

The expansion of the sharing economy continues as we wrap up 2014 and start our predictions on what 2015 will bring. Several months ago, Airbnb expanded out of their predominant leisure market into the business traveler market. Airbnb has grown to over 1,000,000 properties (including accommodations in 600+ castles, tree houses, busses and boats) and…

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Offsite Airport Parking – Want to See Your Car Again?

Wow, 450 people are receiving a very nasty surprise when arriving back home to Orlando International Airport this holiday season They parked their cars at an offsite parking lot, Airport Quick Parking on Jetport Drive. While they were away, Airport Quick Parking closed their doors according to the Orlando Sentinel. Here is the parking lot…

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Uber CEO Indicted!

Uber has made many friends over the past couple years but unfortunately, they have made many enemies, too. Governments around the world are pushing back on Uber but none harder than South Korea. It seems their prosecutor’s office issued an indictment for CEO Travis Kalanick, charging him and the unit based in Korea with violating…

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