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  1. Lissetti

    Car-mageddon

    Take those viaduct selfies while you can. The aging elevated freeway is scheduled to close forever January 11, 2019 to get ready for the wrecking ball. Will the city be red with surge? Will it even matter if it takes you 40 minutes to try and reach nearby entitled pax? Will our cancel rates go...
  2. BurgerTiime

    A new study indicates app hailing services contribute 50% of congestion in San Fran

    https://www.govtech.com/fs/Uber-and-Lyft-Slowing-Traffic-in-San-Francisco-Says-Report.html%3fAMP The experience of moving through San Francisco in a car has gone from slow to crawl. Congestion in the Bay Area flagship city has grown increasingly worse, and a new report by the San Francisco...
  3. BurgerTiime

    Uber and Lyft give 91,000 rides daily in Seattle but are making traffic worse

    Full story https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/transportation/how-popular-are-uber-and-lyft-in-seattle-ridership-numbers-kept-secret-until-recently-give-us-a-clue/%3famp=1 Every day in the Seattle region, Uber and Lyft provide more rides than: Sound Transit light rail (77,576 rides on...
  4. BurgerTiime

    You guys are making traffic WORSE!

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.9news.com/amp/article%3fsection=traffic&headline=study-uber-and-lyft-may-be-making-traffic-worse-in-the-denver-metro-area&contentId=73-600660983 A study led by CU Denver Ph.D. graduate said Uber and Lyft are contributing to traffic congestion in the Denver...
  5. BurgerTiime

    Chicago to implement a fee due to Uber/Lyft causing traffic & less mass transit use

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/ct-met-ride-hailing-survey-20171016-story.html Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are cutting into public transit use in cities like Chicago, according to a new study. The study by the University of California-Davis Institute of Transportation Studies found...
  6. BurgerTiime

    Turns out, Uber is clogging the streets

    http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/turns-uber-clogging-streets-article-1.298176 As Uber and Lyft burst onto our streets and smartphones, they promised benefits to all. Passengers would get a quick, convenient alternative to the hide-bound taxi industry. Shared rides would replace solo drivers...
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