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Uber rolls out cheaper Express Pool service that rivals transit buses
USA Today
While ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft started out with individual riders, “what we want to do is encourage them to move to pooling services because they’re the ones that provide real societal benefit, because they provide access and mobility for more people, especially in suburban areas and small cities which have poor transit service,” said Daniel Sperling, director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California-Davis.
Robot cars could add CO2 by circling block, grabbing pizza
ClimateWire/E&E News
“We’re on the cusp of a revolution with automated vehicles, and we’re already at the early stages of the sharing economy and electrification,” Dan Sperling of CARB and ITS-Davis told the California Senate Transportation and Housing Committee. “Of these three revolutions automated vehicles are potentially the most transformational. But if they’re combined with the other two, they will be even more transformational and more disruptive, but also more in the public interest.”