Lyft is becoming a one-stop transportation app in these 3 cities

#Lyft is turning its app into a one-stop multimodal transportation app in a few U.S. cities, the latest illustration of its transformation from ridesharing startup to a company that wants to own, or at least be a part of, every way people move from Point A to Point B, whether it’s cars, bikes, scooters or […] [Read More]

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#Lyft is turning its app into a one-stop multimodal transportation app in a few U.S. cities, the latest illustration of its transformation from ridesharing startup to a company that wants to own, or at least be a part of, every way people move from Point A to Point B, whether it’s cars, bikes, scooters or even public transit.
The new version of #Lyft’s app shows every mobility option and makes suggestions based on user behavior, location and other data.
#Lyft is a company after all, and one that sees greater opportunity and benefits to diversifying its business.
The battle between Uber and #Lyft over ride-hailing market share in the U.S. has shifted to a larger war for control over transportation.
And those are cities and transit authorities.

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#Lyft is applying a Multimodal #Transportation Strategy; aiming to solve large transportation problems for cities, by getting people out of cars, on bikes, onto scooters, or into transit. #Trend

Source: Techcrunch