Monthly Archives: Sep 2019


A Framework for when Ride-Hailing/Sharing Companies and Public Transit Agencies may work together for the Public Benefit

Ride hailing and ride sharing companies have been steadily taking passengers from public transit systems, which weaken already funding-constrained agencies, negatively impacting cities. However, when not directly competing, these firms can work with cities or transit agencies to improve urban mobility and enable cities or transit agencies to reduce costs and/or improve efficiencies and service levels. 

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