By Jon LeSage Some consumers are starting to prefer a shared, hailed ride over buying their own car, a study says.
University researchers surveyed more than 1,200 people in Austin, Texas, to find out how their transportation habits changed after ride-hailing firms Uber and Lyft pulled out of the market after a May 2016 local election failed to honor their intentions.
The study by University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, and Columbia University, found that 41 percent went back to using their own vehicle to fill the void, and only nine percent went out and bought a car for their mobility
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