Why Uber and Lyft Want to Create Walled Gardens–and Why It’s Bad for Urban Mobility

As ride-hailing apps begin to control scooters and bike shares, they’re making it harder for people to make the best decisions about how to move around their cities

Fast Company
Nov 2, 2018 · 6 min read
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