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Old 12-21-19, 01:16 PM
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Interesting. Mayor Anne Hidalgo has worked very hard towards cutting personal automobiles for public transportation and micromobility - a well needed mobility shift for any car-choked city.

Since bicycles/micromobility often work in conjunction with public transportation, it is interesting to see how the mode share (appears) to shift heavily to micromobility in a city where transit users are more accustomed to transit than bailing out for the automobile. I wonder if there was an increase in rideshare as well. Would be interesting to see the data.

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