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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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How Self-Driving Cars Might Transform City Parking

How Self-Driving Cars Might Transform City Parking IEEE Spectrum, February 2019 Autonomous vehicles could use parking lots more efficiently, but also worsen gridlock #AutonomousVehicles #Article #AutonomousVehicles #Parking #Traffic ...

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Free Parking: Is it the Secret Ingredient in NYC’s Traffic Problem?

Free Parking: Is it the Secret Ingredient in NYC’s Traffic Problem? CityLimits.org, February 2019 If it makes sense to charge cars to drive on the city’s busiest streets, thereby discouraging auto use and speeding up traffic, wouldn’t it make...

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Don’t Be Fooled By Congestion Pricing

Don’t Be Fooled By Congestion Pricing CommonWealth Magazine, May 2019 By Christine Banning, IOM, CAE. Because Boston is considering charging congestion pricing fees, it’s important to know the effects these fees will have on residents,...

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The Future of Parking Experts Roundup

The Future of Parking Experts Roundup YourParkingSpace, January 2019 YourParkingSpace asked top experts in the field to offer their opinion on the future of parking. #AutonomousVehicles #Article #AutonomousVehicles #Consumer #Parking ...

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Pittsburgh Parking Authority: How Steel City Transformed into an Innovation Powerhouse

Pittsburgh Parking Authority: How Steel City Transformed into an Innovation Powerhouse Flowbird, In 2012, Pittsburgh became the first U.S. city to implement an on-street pay-by-plate system on a large scale. #SmartParking #Article ...

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Uber and Lyft are Losing Money. At Some Point, We’ll Pay for it. - The Washington Post

Uber and Lyft are Losing Money. At Some Point, We’ll Pay for it. The Washington Post, March 2019 The ride-sharing market offers a real-life illustration of the old economist’s joke: “We’re losing money on every unit, but we’ll make it up in...

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Uber, Lyft Reduce Transit Use, Increase Vehicle Miles, Report Says

Uber, Lyft Reduce Transit Use, Increase Vehicle Miles, Report Says SF Gate, October 2017 As ride-hailing has exploded in popularity, it’s caused a slight decrease in car ownership — but has also reduced use of public transit, biking and walking....

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UPS Hit With $33.8 Million in NYC Parking Fines; FedEx, $14.9 Million

UPS Hit With $33.8 Million in NYC Parking Fines; FedEx, $14.9 Million Freight Waves, March 2019 The total amount of commercial parking fines incurred in New York City in 2018 was $181.5 million, meaning the two delivery giants were responsible...

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