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Technology will not set us free: ride-hailing trips result in an estimated 70% more climate pollution on average than the trips they displace. We need to revert to timeless principles of urbanism: designing our cities for walking, cycling and transit. https://t.co/QI33pgQIe3— Jennifer Keesmaat (@jen_keesmaat) February 27, 2020
#Ridehailing needs to be made electric and pooled immediately, and it should guide people onto bikes first, since most trips are short.— Ryan Schuchard (@ryanschuchard) February 29, 2020
The tech is ready and state/local regulators can make it be.
New report by @UCSUSA.#EVs #bikes4climate https://t.co/3YvJkZI4r0
Another day, another study on rideshare.— Quinton #BanFrackedGas Zondervan (@qzondervan) February 28, 2020
This one says these trips result in 70% more climate pollution on average than the trips they displace.
That’s why I’m glad to see the House revenue bill propose raising fees on rideshare- the least we can do. https://t.co/4Ed43ebKFl
@CircellaG, Farzad Alemi, and @alanjenn were recently cited in @UCSUSA's new report, "Ride-Hailing's Climate Risks." Surveys performed by our researchers were used to examine whether ride-hail users would have taken mass transit instead. #mobilityhttps://t.co/TrHEMBS50O— ITS-Davis (@ITS_UCDavis) February 26, 2020
Uber-like services are convenient and competitive for people who don't own a car BUT increase climate emissions.— Transport & Environment (@transenv) February 26, 2020
New study shows @Uber trips in the US today result in 69% more climate pollution (CO2) on average than the trips they displace #TrueCostOfUberhttps://t.co/2oEKSVeaZg
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