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Faster, cheaper, greener: Pakistanis turn to car-pooling service
by Imran Mukhtar
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29 March 2019
On 29 March 2019 Reuters reported:
A web-based ride-sharing service helps fill empty commuter seats and cut congestion, air pollution, and climate change. Medical student Mahnoor Sherazi used to hail a shared public taxi to get to school, a way of traveling she found expensive, occasionally unsettling, and often inconvenient, with many stops slowing her commute. But she has now found a better -- and greener -- alternative: A ride sharing website that connects her with drivers who have free seats in their cars and who regularly make a similar commute between Islamabad and its twin city Rawalpindi. Customers using the service -- particularly women -- say they find sharing the same car on a regular basis safer and cheaper.
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