Ford, Uber and Lyft have announced a collaboration on the SharedStreets project, which transforms data from various sources into a publicly available global standard. The project contributes to more efficient management of transport infrastructure by government agencies and the private sector. Thanks to the cooperation of Ford, Uber and Lyft, city authorities will have unprecedented access to traffic data. Participation of Ford in the project is aimed at the creation of real-time data on the demand for parking space and its availability. Uber data will give city officials information about the speed of traffic on various streets. Anonymous data on taxi rides around the city provided by Lyft will reduce traffic jams.
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