- Date: 08/09/2023
Across cities and countries, technology and transportation have become increasingly interwoven. From digital ticketing to ride-hail apps, technology has made…
The Move PGH pilot project in Pittsburgh has provided some 1 million scooter trips, with about a third of those replacing a trip by car. The pilot uses "equity zones" to make these trips more accessible to all residents. A centerpiece of Pittsburgh's two-year pilot project is its ability to bring together public- and private-sector transportation providers — public transit, shareable bikes, scooters and cars, as well as carpooling — into one integrated and affordable transportation ecosystem.
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