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In the last phase of the $40 million Smart City Challenge Grant awarded to Columbus, Ohio, by the U.S. Department of Transportation in 2016, the Smart Columbus project launched new features for the Pivot and ParkColumbus apps.Pivot helps residents and visitors plan and pay for their local trips using one or more transportation options like public transit, ride-hailing, carpool, bikeshares, scooters, taxis and even personal vehicles or bikes. It now offers an app-to-app payment portal linking from Pivot to partner mobility providers’ apps.


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