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declining, suggesting that FHVs have created new demand for backseat
FHVs over yellow taxis, but FHVs are also replacing other modes of
Without FHVs, approximately 49% to 61% of ride-hailing trips
journey with a trip in a FHV. (114) Importantly, FHVs have become so
taxis or borough taxis), yellow taxis and FHVs. (118) Before mid-2017,
of thousands of individual pick-ups and drop-offs by FHVs, SHLs, and
study was to assess the viability of a cap on FHVs in New York City by
analyzing rider data to determine whether FHVs like Uber and Lyft make
(121) While the study does conclude that FHVs tended to
interesting trend: The service patterns of FHVs more closely resemble
While green taxis and FHVs tend to serve a more widely-distributed area,
The disparity in service between yellow taxis and FHVs becomes even
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