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It’s proven difficult to merge the dynamic world of technology with the slow-moving processes of procurement in public transit and across government agencies. States and localities are often understaffed in the procurement department, and navigating cumbersome rules and requirements does not lend itself to innovation. These obstacles cause agencies to... View Article

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Just because something’s popular doesn’t mean its benefits are equally distributed across the world Shared transport is not a new phenomenon. It’s the reason we have buses, trams, and trains. However, private-shared-transport has emerged in the last few years, with digital matching firms like Uber, Lyft, Zipcar, and GrabCar encouraging... View Article

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Erica Brennes
USA
A big city (urban)