The Conversation: Canada left behind as ride-hailing services go global
By Betsy Donald, Professor, Geography and Planning, and Shauna Brail, Associate Professor, Urban Studies Program, University of Toronto.
This article is republished from The Conversation.
Like it or not, ride-hailing has become an established, regulated and accepted form of transportation in most of Canada’s largest cities.
Canadian cities aren’t unique in this regard. Ride-hailing is now a
mobility option in 89 countries, serving more than 2,600 cities around
By adopting a global outlook, Canada can better understand, manage
and benefit from the integration of ride-hailing as a component of urban
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