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47 Interviews were conducted by phone or in person in 2017. Date(s) of interviews are indicated in parentheses. Ride Providers and Fleet Management Companies â¢ American Coach Lines (1/20/17) â¢ OurBus (1/22/17) â¢ WeDriveU (1/20/17 and 2/3/17) â¢ Chariot (2/16/17) â¢ Via (2/17/17 and 3/1/17) â¢ Proterra (4/13/17) â¢ MV Transportation (4/19/17) Technology Providers/Platforms â¢ Luum (1/9/17) â¢ Ridecell (2/13/17) â¢ TransLoc (2/17/17) Private and Consortium Service Sponsors and Coordinators â¢ Google Transportation Services (Bay Area) (1/22/17) â¢ TMA of Lake-Cook (Shuttle Bug program, suburban Chicago) (1/27/17 and 9/29/17) â¢ Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) (Prudential Plaza/Aon Center shuttles, Chicago) (2/10/17) â¢ Charles Schwab Corporate Real Estate Property Management (Lone Tree Link, suburban Denver) (3/22/17) â¢ Bay Area Council (6/23/17) Public Agencies â¢ Department of For-Hire Vehicles, Washington, DC (2/6/17) â¢ Denver Regional Transportation District (3/1/17) â¢ New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (3/21/17) â¢ City of Lone Tree, CO (4/25/17) â¢ San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (6/15/17) â¢ Bay Area Rapid Transit (6/16/17) â¢ San Mateo County TDM Agency (commute.org) (6/22/17) â¢ New York City Department of Transportation (6/23/17) Subject Matter Experts â¢ Axel Hellman, consultant, New Jersey jitneys (1/22/17) â¢ Eric Goldwyn, transportation scholar at Columbia University, NYC dollar vans (2/3/17) â¢ Jason Pavluchuk, consultant, Association for Commuter Transportation (2/6/17) â¢ David King, Professor at Arizona State University (2/24/17) A P P E N D I X A List of Stakeholders Interviewed