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Uber, Cincinnati collaborative launch mobility lab

Posted on February 1, 2018

Through the Cincinnati Mobility Lab, Uber hopes to expand its presence in the region. Image: Uber
Through the Cincinnati Mobility Lab, Uber hopes to expand its presence in the region. Image: Uber

Uber announced a partnership with a collaborative of Cincinnati organizations to create the Cincinnati Mobility Lab, a partnership to share data, conduct studies, and reach out to employers and designers to create a transportation plan for the Cincinnati region.

The lab's plans include creating an employer forum to solve commuting challenges, launch a transit study with local agencies, and introduce Uber’s national partnership with Meals on Wheels to the Cincinnati region.

Through the Cincinnati Mobility Lab, Uber hopes to expand its presence in the Cincinnati region with a greenlight hub support center and a dedicated Uber relationship manager for the lab.

The collaborative includes the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, the City of Cincinnati, and Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments, in partnership with Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority and Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky.

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