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“But the underlying concept—charging for the use of public assets that have been given away virtually for free—may be part of larger paradigm shift, as cities all over the world re-assess how they interact with the private sector.”

Streets Are Public Assets. Why Doesn’t Uber Pay Up?

The idea of road user fees dates back to the 19th century; 21st-century ride-hailing may be its ideal use case.


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