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Taxi pooling in New York City: a network-based approach to social sharing problems

@article{Santi2013TaxiPI,
  title={Taxi pooling in New York City: a network-based approach to social sharing problems},
  author={Paolo Santi and Giovanni Resta and Michael Szell and Stanislav Sobolevsky and Steven H. Strogatz and Carlo Ratti},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1310.2963}
}
Taxi services are a vital part of urban transportation, and a major contributor to traffic congestion and air pollution causing substantial adverse effects on human health1, 2. Sharing taxi trips is a possible way of reducing the negative impact of taxi services on cities3, but this comes at the expense of passenger discomfort in terms of a longer travel time. Due to computational challenges, taxi sharing has traditionally been approached on small scales4, 5, such as within airport perimeters6… Expand
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