Light and Lyft: Living downtown and getting around Baltimore

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Roughly Speaking episode 328

Two conversations about Baltimore and the lifestyles of millennials:

1:37: Bill King, the 26-year-old president of the City Center Residents Association, meets Dan at a sidewalk cafe to talk about why he chose to live in downtown Baltimore, one of Maryland's fastest-growing census tracts, and about his vision for the old business district as a new city neighborhood.

21:54: Mike Heslin, the 31-year-old market manager for Lyft in Baltimore, talks about the ride-sharing company's plans for future growth, including a rental program for drivers who do not own cars and designated pickup spots near new residential and commercial developments. Lyft sees growth in changing lifestyles, particularly among city dwellers who do not want to own cars, only access to them when needed.

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