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ATRI Reveals Their Top Priorities This 2018


The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) develops a list of topics to research every year, and has disclosed its top priorities this year. Its board of directors has approved the list identified by their Research Advisory Community. This was discussed during their first meeting in Dallas last March and was approved during last week’s meeting. The list was carefully crafted …

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Lyft Carpool Option a Hit in 5 U.S. Cities

Lyft Carpool

Data provided by ride-hailing company Lyft showed that it’s carpooling option called Line is popular in five U.S. cities, a Mashable report said. Lyft said most Line users are in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and Miami. Last year, Line was used almost 100 million times across the U.S., Lyft added. 60 Percent Cheaper According to Lyft, people …

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E-Bikes Can Operate Again in New York City


New York City has lifted the ban on pedal-assist bicycles and those that run on electricity. Mayor Bill de Blasio, however, clarified in a press statement that e-bikes that run more than 20 miles per hour are still prohibited from the streets of the Big Apple. New and Clear Guidelines Mayor de Blasio said: “As cycling continues to grow in …

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