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Uber, Lyft, and others sign ‘shared mobility pledge’ to improve urban transportation options

Ridesharing startups like Uber and Lyft have been notorious for clashing with city leaders as they’ve expanded. Now, as many transportation startups are looking toward autonomous technology, 15 of them have signed on to a joint mobility pledge, outlining for skeptical city leaders how they aim to create more livable, sustainable cities. The 10  “shared […]
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