Harvesting Location Data from Millions of Cell Phone Users to Build Better Bus Lines | Motherboard

People globe-wide are flocking to cities, where, the thinking goes, they’ll be able to live nice, robust lives more efficiently and emit less planet-killing pollution. But city living is only really a solution to woes like climate change and resource overconsumption if 1) a city actually helps its residents use resources more effectively and 2) people decide to keep living in them.

Which is why developing state-of-the-art mass transportation systems is considered such an important part of the equation.

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