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A New Jersey town is giving commuters free Uber rides instead of a new parking lot

The city of Summit, New Jersey is turning to ridesharing instead of building new infrastructure for its commuters. Starting Monday, residents of Summit with prepaid parking permits can secure free Uber rides to and from the Summit train station as part of a six-month pilot program. Those without prepaid permits can get the Uber rides for just $2 each way, which adds up to the $4 one-day parking pass.
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