Lyft's new service allows users to "Walk to stop. Hop in. Hop out. Walk to destination."
As Uber contends with scandals and lawsuits, its biggest rival just raised half a billion dollars.
Most of the specially equipped versions of the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle will be used by San Francisco-based Lyft, which will test them in its ride-sharing fleet in several states.
Lyft ranked above Uber in Apple's App Store for the first time following #DeleteUber campaign.
Study finds black passengers wait longer to be picked up and face more frequent cancellations.
New study shows individual drivers may discriminate against patrons with "African-American-sounding" names, making them wait longer than white riders.
A fleet of the cars could be on public roads in one U.S. city by 2017.
Five companies have put aside their differences to help create a national framework of laws for self-driving cars.
A previous Uber investigation linked the hacker to rival firm Lyft’s chief technology officer.
The new feature called Destinations is only available in the Bay Area for now.
A revolution is taking place and transportation is the battle zone—the old order is under attack.
If Uber and Lyft operated across the U.S., a study suggests, 500 lives would be saved each year.
New York City’s yellow cabs are planning to stick to traditional pricing.
New York gets another ride-share company. But are they as safe as they say?