STARTUP HIP, A MOVILITY-AS-AS-SERVICE APP CONNECTS COMMUTERS WITH THIRD-PARTY BUS AND SHUTTLE OPERATORS, SAYS THAT IT RAISED $12M AND ADDED B2B SERVICES (KIRSTEN KOROSEC/TECHCRUNCH).

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Mobility-as-a-service startup Hip, an app that connects commuters with third-party bus and shuttle operators, says it has raised $12M and added B2B offerings  —  Nearly a year ago, the spread of COVID-19 ended the daily commute for millions of Americans, an abrupt change that sent the ridesharing industry into a free fall.