Like basic income, for mobility The cities tackling the transport gap

Like basic income, for mobility The cities tackling the transport gap

By Gaia Lamperti • Updated: 20/05/2022 – 07:31

In a car-dependent city like Los Angeles, life is much trickier for those who cannot drive or afford a vehicle of their own. In fact, local transport authorities estimate that residents can reach 12 times as many jobs with a car as they can with public transit.

Last month, the city launched a new pilot to close that gap. It now offers some 2,000 residents of underprivileged neighbourhoods $150 (€142) in monthly aid for public bus and train fares, as well as on-demand shuttles and scooter, bike and electric vehicle rentals.LA is just […]

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