Author Topic: Are Drivers Ditching Their Cars for Uber? Not So Fast, Say Experts Government T  (Read 138 times)

YELLO

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Transit agencies in a number of cities have explored or initiated plans to partner with transportation network companies (TNC) as Uber and Lyft are known or outright mimic them. While city planners are pondering how to accommodate so many cars picking up and dropping off passengers, parking officials have begun planning for reduced revenue in a world where Uber and Lyft are increasingly pervasive. Whether these new mobility services have truly quenched American's appetite for purchasing and driving their own cars is still up for debate, however.

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Most drivers will never ditch their cars because it is the only way they have to express their freedom and let their emotions explode.  Auto makers can make the greatest self driving cars imaginable and still people will want to be in control and at the steering wheel. It's 99% mental.  Very Very few people care about the driver less technology.