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Uber shares data to show how the Australian commute is still horrible

Uber drivers are on the road every hour of the day, but the data they generate about traffic and average travel times has been mostly unavailable to outsiders. In a new move for the company locally, Uber has partnered with policy group Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) to produce the IPA Transport Metric, a report intended to inform government decision making on road and transport investment.
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