Forbes magazine on open transportation

“By 2014 dozens of city governments will adopt open transit policies, meaning that public transit agencies and private transportation companies will coordinate schedules and information on traffic patterns and customer behavior that allows them to continually tighten connections between transportation services and improve convenience. More than 120 cities will offer seamless connections among car- and bike-sharing services, taxi ride sharing and public busses and trains.”

Part of a longer piece on sharing-based business models, in turn part of a bigger piece on the magazine’s look forward to 2020.

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