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What Science Says Uber and Lyft are Doing to San Francisco

What Science Says Uber and Lyft are Doing to San Francisco SF Gate, May 2019 Ride-hailing companies once promised that their services would reduce the number of cars clogging city streets. In fact, the opposite is true in dense parts of cities. ...

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Seattle Explores Congestion Pricing

Seattle Explores Congestion Pricing KIRO7, May 2019 Seattle said Thursday it’s exploring possibly charging drivers to use some city streets to ease congestion and reduce pollution – using tolls to clear roads during peak driving times and shift...

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Mobility’s Second Great Inflection Point - McKinsey Quarterly

Mobility’s Second Great Inflection Point McKinsey Quarterly, February 2019 Radically new dynamics in the early 20th century transformed cars and, in turn, the world. Here’s why the next great inflection point is upon us, auguring changes no less...

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Making Micromobility Work for Citizens, Cities, and Service Providers

Making Micromobility Work for Citizens, Cities, and Service Providers Deloitte Insights, April 2019 E-scooters and dockless bicycles appeared in cities’ bike lanes suddenly and in great numbers, showing a real demand for single-occupant vehicles...

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Transportation Congestion by the Numbers

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Transportation Congestion by the Numbers Smart Cities Dive, November 2018 This article shows the impact of rail, truck, air, and port congestion on cities, supply chains, and the public. #Congestion #Article ...

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