Uber is expected to be valued at $120 billion while Lyft could fetch $30 billion.
In Lyft’s ideal world, you’ll never drive a car again.
Lyft is showing just how little the younger generation care about owning cars.
The average city dweller would spend $20,118 a year using ride-hailing services.
Contrary to popular belief, ride-hailing apps are actually increasing, instead of decreasing, traffic.
Are you willing to give up your personal car? Lyft thinks you are.
Lyft used to be worth just $1 billion compared to Uber’s $40 billion, but things have obviously changed.
The fleet will consist of 30 self-driving cars, part of a multiyear agreement.
Lyft will start offsetting its carbon emissions.
Its strategy for attracting more drivers includes helping them with their car payments.
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Lyft and autonomous driving company nuTonomy has rolled out a fleet of…