Teralytics uses telecommunications data to help cities and services plan transportation based on how people move

Scores of companies are speculating on a world of electric cars and self-driving vehicles, prophesying the end of car ownership, prototyping autonomous transit pods and even drawing up new plans for gas station real estate. There’s good reason for it: Ridesharing startups like Uber and Lyft have shaken up urban transportation in the last few years, at the same time as residents and city leaders are confronted with the decay of public infrastructure, including the ailing New York City subway system.

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