Suffering a net loss of $265.8 million USD.
Bottoming out during the second week of April.
Replacing its previous Shared Rides feature.
As part of the LyftUp initiative.
Rivaling Uber’s newly tested $25 USD service.
Covering people from low income areas, veterans, people with disabilities, and more.
Compare and contrast various transit options in a single app.
“There is nothing innovative about underpaying someone for their labor.”