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Economic impact and policy implications from urban shared transportation: The case of Pittsburgh’s shared bike system

Table 5

The parallel trend assumption is satisfied at the macroscopic level as well.

The inter-city difference-in-differences coefficient is insignificant for the periods preceding the treatment.

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