“Part of the problem is … moving to app that requires a smartphone. Smartphones can be very expensive … and clearly that would disadvantage people who still have a right to travel but who happen to be poorer people who cannot afford such apps. Or people who could afford such apps, but don’t want to have to purchase a smartphone, in order to be able to access the right to travel,” says Michele Bratcher Goodwin, UCI Chancellor’s Professor of law.
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