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  • Bridj is streamlining your commute
  • Bridj is streamlining your commute
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Bridj is streamlining your commute

Packed carriages, noisy buses and hot trains can make it difficult to be productive during your commute. Bridj is hoping to change that with its luxury Wi-Fi-equipped shuttles. And by dynamically choosing the best route based on big data analysis, it's cutting down commute times too.

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