At the core of the plan is a mode shift goal that recommends taking advantage of rapidly changing travel behaviors, demand, and technology to remove 50,000 private cars from the road in the Twin Cities over the next 10 years, and thereby help to maintain the region’s livability, affordability and freedom of movement. The plan also features a firstof-its-kind objective to ensure that shared mobility programs serve the same broad user base that makes up public transportation ridership region-wide.

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