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Metro is in talks with Uber and Lyft to offer discounts on late night rides, in lieu of resuming late night Metro service. What would a partnership like this look like, and what does it mean for the future of public transit in D.C.?
Kojo discusses the issues facing the potential partnership, and how Metro plans to address late night service solutions.
Produced by Ariel Plotnick
- Adie Tomer Adie Tomer is a fellow at the Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program and leads the Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative.
- Jordan Pascale Transportation Reporter, WAMU; @JWPascale
- Erik Johanson Director of Innovation for SEPTA (South Eastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority)
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