Is Uber’s ultimate goal the privatisation of city governance? | Technology | The Guardian

Some commentators argue that Uber’s endgame is to be the death knell for current modes of public mass transit. Graduating from service provision to infrastructure operation on public roads, the company would become like a utility, not just a competitor with cabs. And as it privatises an increasing proportion of , public services will be abandoned to decay, with Uber providing marginally more optimised transit options (Smart Routes, UberX, UberBLACK, etc) for a profit.

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