Oct 6, 2022, 4:00 PM EDT
A Georgia Lyft driver and mother of three is grateful to be alive and speaking out after four men carjacked her at gunpoint over the weekend.
Eighteen new lawsuits were filed against rideshare app Lyft on Wednesday on behalf of drivers and passengers who say they have been assaulted while using the app.
Lyft will build a hybrid model of drivers and autonomous vehicles but rides will largely still be controlled by drivers, the company's president announced.
Uber reported a net loss of $5.9 billion during the first quarter of 2022 on revenue of $6.9 billion.
Uber and Lyft said they are suspending surge pricing near a Brooklyn neighborhood where a gunman opened fire on a subway Tuesday morning after New Yorkers voiced outrage about inflated fares on social media.
Uber and Lyft drivers consider quitting over rising fuel costs.
Rideshare company Lyft has followed its competitor, Uber, in adding a fuel surcharge to customers due to soaring gas prices.
Lyft driver Lamont Liner thought he was picking up a regular fare in Chicago late last year. Instead, his passengers pulled out a pistol and stole his car and phone. He hasn’t returned to drive for the app since, even as ride-sharing companies have tried to tempt drivers with more money.
Vacationers are returning to the roads and sky in the U.S. after an earlier pullback caused by the Delta variant, setting expectations for a busy holiday travel season.
A number of big-name tech companies are expressing their opposition toward Texas' new abortion law with new policies and offers.