In a triumphant moment, New York City announced it would include ridesharing services in its metro budget. Realizing that many residents live in areas with inadequate late night and early morning metro services, the Metro Transportation Authority plans to subsidize ridesharing as early as June to help bridge the gap between people’s bus stop and home.

While this is a good start, if cities wanted to improve their public transit, they would replace their bus systems in favor of ridesharing.

You can read this op-ed at Townhall.