Ford-owned transit innovator Chariot to shut down, leaving S.F. commuters in the lurch

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Chariot will abruptly shut down all transit services by Feb. 1, a move that affects thousands of riders in San Francisco and elsewhere, the company said in a blog post. Chariot, a San Francisco company founded in 2014 and acquired by Ford in 2016, provides a commuter service with its turquoise vans that travel on designated routes. It also offers an enterprise service that companies can use to transport employees. Both will be discontinued. The announcement comes as its parent company, Ford Motor...

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