SPUR Forum: The Future of Ride Sharing

From SPUR:

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Image courtesy of Flickr user Spiros Vathis

Ride sharing is flourishing in San Francisco and in cities across the nation. Is grabbing a ride with a stranger a trend, or harbinger of a new paradigm for urban transportation? Join pioneering industry leaders as they share their insights into where these roads will lead.

Emily Castor / Lyft
Jahan Khanna / Sidecar

 

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