« The main factor that could decrease congestion—passengers sharing rides—hasn’t taken off. Researchers and analysts estimate roughly 20% to 30% of rides in major metro areas are pooled […] The biggest factor by far is the large amount of time Uber and Lyft drivers spend without any passengers, hunting for fares. A December report by the California Air Resources Board found ride-hailing cars are driving with no passengers 39% of the time; New York City estimates such cruising at 41% »
« Riders also take car trips that wouldn’t have happened before Uber and Lyft.
Mr. Schaller said in his paper that surveys in numerous cities found roughly 60% of riders in Ubers and Lyfts would have walked, biked, taken public transit or stayed home if a ride-hail car hadn’t been available »
« While it's important not to take such findings too far, the results do hint that urban trees could act as a simple and affordable way of boosting mental health and assist in closing health inequality gaps across society »
« le projet prévoit d’interdire l’accès direct aux quais tel qu’il se pratique aujourd’hui. Qu’il aille à Soissons (Aisne) ou à Bruxelles, le voyageur devra d’abord monter à 6 mètres de hauteur dans le centre commercial, tout à l’est de la gare, puis accéder aux quais par des passerelles, des escaliers et des ascenseurs »