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The LA Metro wants tech firms to help it launch a new kind of transit

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority is soliciting proposals from tech companies to help it build a software-driven ridesharing service called MicroTransit that would augment its existing network of trains and buses. The service would feature shuttle-like vehicles smaller than buses but larger than private automobiles, and it would aim to offer a more […]

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The LA Metro wants tech firms to help it launch a new kind of transit

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority is soliciting proposals from tech companies to help it build a software-driven ridesharing service called MicroTransit that would augment its existing network of trains and buses. The service would feature shuttle-like vehicles smaller than buses but larger than private automobiles, and it would aim to offer a more […]

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The LA Metro wants tech firms to help it launch a new kind of transit

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority is soliciting proposals from tech companies to help it build a software-driven ridesharing service called MicroTransit that would augment its existing network of trains and buses. The service would feature shuttle-like vehicles smaller than buses but larger than private automobiles, and it would aim to offer a more […]

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Returning to Second Life | Ars Technica

[ad_1] Seriously, this once happened. A decade ago, dozens of media outlets and technologists discovered “The Next Internet.” An original cyberspace science fiction fantasy had finally come to fruition as the world gained a second digitized reality. In a short period of time, countries established embassies, media companies opened bureaus, one of Earth’s biggest rock bands played a […]