Nearly one year in, the Cincinnati Mobility Lab, a three-year partnership between Uber and the city of Cincinnati that aims to study the impact of shared mobility on public transit, is already showing results on assessing the city’s curbside.
Officials hope the study will yield results to help make specific improvements on curb productivity, an issue that has only come about since more public transit and ride-share options became available.
More data is expected over the next two years as Uber grows in the Cincinnati region. As well as helping transportation planners, it should also help city leaders when it comes to attracting new businesses.
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