New Study Points to Uber, Lyft as Major Contributors to San Francisco Traffic

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A recent report released by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority found that ride-service firms were responsible for about half of the increased congestion on city streets between 2010 and 2016. Uber and Lyft issued statements pushing back against the report, with Lyft suggesting it might actually reduce traffic. Forum gets more information on the study and what it means for city commuters.

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