The incident is the latest discrimination controversy to engulf ridesharing platforms.
A driver’s median profit is just $3.37 per hour, and, when including vehicle costs, 30 percent of drivers are losing money for every mile they drive.
Douglas Schifter took to Facebook to blame local politicians for his financial struggles as a livery cab driver.
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?