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Traditional public transit competes with sharing community (access required)

Cities are still committed to massive investments in traditional forms of public transit dating back more than a century: buses, streetcars, subways, light rail, commuter rail. But how much will they fit in the future? “Transportation itself is changing really fast, faster than since the invention of the automobile,” said James Corless, director of Transportation for ...

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