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It makes sense that shared-use mobility evangelists are quite the cutting edge bunch. They are, afterall, pushing for nothing short of a revolutionary overhaul to how we go about our daily lives. But even we were taken aback by the raw volume of Twitter activity on the #LiveRideShare hashtag throughout the day on Monday. It was so massive that we were able to construct pretty close to a blow-by-blow synopsis of the entire day on Storify of the entire conference.
If you missed the actual event, this is undoubtedly the best way to take in every quality nugget of wisdom, statistic and musing that surfaced this past Monday in downtown Los Angeles: