Following changes to the CDC guidance regarding face coverings on transportation, ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft will no longer require U.S. riders or drivers to wear masks.
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As part of an industry-first collaboration, Lyft and its partners have launched an autonomous ride-share service in the Floridian city of Miami, with the service set to expand to Austin later in 2022.
As part of a landmark partnership, Lyft and Motional have announced their plans to launch a fully driverless public ride-hail service in Las Vegas, Nevada, in 2023.
Riders in the Ohioan city of Columbus will now be able to see COTA transit options within the Lyft app, in a move with both organisations hope will improve connectivity in the city.
Lyft has decided to sell its autonomous driving division to Woven Plant Holdings, which is a subsidiary of Japanese motoring manufacturer Toyota.
The highest court in the land has told Uber that it now must pay workers a minimum wage and holiday pay just like employees in other industries.
A panel of public transport and urban mobility experts discuss the work that the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
Passengers in Denver will be able to purchase tickets for the city's buses and trains using the Lyft app, in what the Regional Transportation District has called a world first.
Proposition 22 enables companies such as Uber and Lyft to class their drivers as contractors, rather than employees, although their campaign methods have raised some eyebrows in the state.
The report, which aims to evaluate what the firm has already delivered and is planning to deliver in the future, will be released annually.