The One American City That’s Getting Rid Of All Its Public Buses

It’s 2018, and the more we look around, the more we find pieces of our everyday lives evolving with modern times. Launching the first ever fully on-demand public transportation, the city of Arlington in Texas is ditching its four-year old public bus system for something that’s more state-of-the-art. Home to nearly 400,000 residents, this southern city, located right between Forth Worth and Dallas, is getting a transportation makeover.

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