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Private Mobility, Public Interest: How Public Agencies Can Work with Emerging Mobility Providers
"Private Mobility, Public Interest is a report for public-sector leaders committed to making it easy for their citizens to get where they want to go. We identify actionable short-term opportunities for today’s transit agencies and municipalities to work with emerging mobility providers. This report is an independent analysis built on a foundation of more than 100 interviews with industry representatives from the public and private sectors."
Today's narrative seems to have people believing that emerging mobility providers are going to replace the traditional bus service. But the findings are that this is not true.
There is a gap between current and potential on-demand transit services, beginning pilot programs can to change this.
Subsides should be planned and implemented for carefully to better see the entire population.
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