Uber, but for addressing congestion externalities

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  1. Uber, but for addressing congestion externalities  Vox
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I think the answer is pretty obviously yes. Uber and Lyft provide a useful service to the traveling public. But the way that service works is to add to congestion on public roads that, in some American cities, are frequently overcrowded. It would be a mistake to ban ride hailing services and thus deprive people .VoxVerified account. @voxdotcom. Understand the news. vox.com. Joined February . Tweets. Twitter About Help Center Terms Privacy policy Cookies Ads info. Dismiss. Close. Previous. Next. Close. Go to a person s profile. In this conversation. Verified accountProtected Tweets @. Close .Winnie Hu in the New York Times writes, "Your Uber Car Creates Congestion. Should You Pay a Fee to Ride?" I think the answer is pretty obviously yes. Uber and Lyft provide a useful service to the traveling public. But the way that service works is to add to congestion on public roads that, in some American cities, are .Winnie Hu within the New York Times writes, "Your Uber Car Creates Congestion. Should You Pay a Fee to..







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