How to Stop the Decline of Public Transport in Rich Countries

Co-opt the competition from Uber and other app-base firms

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To those who have to squeeze onto the number 25 bus in London, or the A train in New York, the change might not be noticeable. But public transport is becoming less busy in those cities, and in others besides. Passenger numbers are flat or falling in almost every…

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