DENVER — The Denver Post reports about a new app, Migo, which works as a supplement to ride-sharing services such as Lyft, Uber, e-scooters, car shares like Car2go, and even public trains and buses.

Users of the mobile app can punch in a starting point and destination and receive estimates for ride costs and how long it will take to hail a car, hop on a bus, or walk to a scooter or bike. Some services, like Lyft, can be booked directly through Migo without opening another app.

Migo launched nationally in January but has started to focus its advertising on specific markets recently, including the Denver-Boulder area. For the full story, click here.

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