How is the sharing economy transforming commutes?
25 Jul 2019
How is the sharing economy transforming commutes?

London is overflowing with two- and four-wheeled shared transport options – from Uber to Bolt to Lime – all of which respond to a desire to get around in an efficient, inexpensive, and eco-conscious ways. But when and why do people choose to hop on a bike or hail a cab rather than take the Tube?

Geoffrey Dudley

Geoffrey Dudley is an honorary research associate at Oxford University’s Transport Studies Unit.

Jaanaki Momaya

Jaanaki Momaya is the general manager at Lime UK. Previously, she was the director of operations for HelloFresh, a policy advisor at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, and an executive at Ernst and Young. She has an MBA from the London Business School.

Darren Tenney

Darren Tenney is the CEO of Perfect Data Limited, the company behind Xooox. He was formerly a cab driver, which has lent him invaluable insight into the ride-hailing space.

Meaghan Beatley

Meaghan Beatley is a journalist based in Barcelona. She has written for The Guardian, Vice, The New Statesman and National Geographic, among others.