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Uber is already attempting to poach food shipment cyclists in London

Uber is trying to get bicyclists at recognized food shipment start-ups like Take Eat Easy to register to its new UberEats platform, which is because of launch in the UK this year. A group of Take Eat Easy riders told Business Insider on Tuesday that Uber used the Take Eat Easy app to order food to their London office in Aldgate. When the Take Eat Easy rider arrived with Uber's food, he was handed numerous UberEats fliers.


"One of the couriers that works with us learnt [about UberEats]," said a Take Eat Easy rider in Shore ditch who declares to have already signed up to Uber's restaurant food delivery service. "They provided him shit loads of fliers. He passes them round. They [Uber] get loads of couriers coming."



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Akl transport strategies don't consider emissions - Greens

The government is cannot think about the effect of Auckland's roadway jobs on the nation's greenhouse gas emissions, the Green Party states. A month back, official information showed neither the Ministry of Transport nor the Transport Agency had investigated the impact of its multi-billion dollar, countrywide roading task on the nation's emissions.


The Green Party stated the very same is now happening with Auckland's 3 decade transportation strategy, and this flies in the face of the country's commitment to minimize emissions. Green Party transport representative Julie Anne Genter stated Auckland's Transport Alignment Project - collaboration between the council and government firms - need to be part of a shift to a low carbon city.


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New and enhanced patient transportation service in Kent and Medway

G4S Healthcare Services is the new service provider of non-emergency patient transportation for individual’s in Kent and Medway from 1 July 2016. The service provides free transport for individuals whose health suggests they cannot get to or from their NHS consultation in any other way.


Ian Ayres, Chief Officer for NHS West Kent Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) who supervised the procurement and preparations for launch, stated: "We desire people to have an actually good patient transport service in Kent and Medway in which you can contact lyft with your questions.


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