Uber is going to make urban traffic and mobility data gleaned from its millions of drivers and riders using the Uber app freely available to all.

The data, which shows anonymized travel times between points in cities, will be available on a public website called Uber Movement.

Uber says it will first invite planning agencies and researchers to access the information and then make the website free to the public. The first cities will be Washington D.C., Manila in the Philipines and Sydney, Australia. (Elizabeth Weise , USATODAY.com) Click here to read the full story.

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