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[News] Lyft rides can soon be hailed through mobile browser
Travel october 6, 2016

Interactive Exhibit Explores The Future Of Branding

‘Like Me: Our Bond with Brands’ provides an inside look into the trials facing companies in the not-too-distant future

Advertising september 26, 2016

Lyft Gives Free Rides To Those Who Have Had Too Much To Drink

Thanks to a new partnership between the ride sharing service and Budweiser, drunk passengers are able to receive free rides

[News] Absolut campaign hands out free drinks and offers a Lyft ride home
Mobile september 8, 2016

Why Uber And Lyft Are Trying To Chauffeur Senior Citizens

The car-hailing apps are launching new initiatives to cater to an older audience

Cities august 19, 2016

How Uber And Lyft Are Working To Replace City Buses

The ride sharing platforms have pioneered programs in the US to rethink the last mile of transit

Retail august 11, 2016

Lyft And Starbucks Want You To Give You Coffee For Taking A Cab

The ride-sharing service partnered with the retailer to net riders 'ground-miles' and a drink of their choice with every trip

Travel august 11, 2016

Lyft Is Trying To Disrupt Non-Emergency Medical Transport

The ride-sharing service is working to increase access to care by providing transportation to seniors and underserved markets

Syndicated june 14, 2016

End Of The Road: Uber And Millennials Help US Cities Cut Car Addiction

The growth of car-free homes, a drop in driver’s licences and increased car-sharing could all be signs of a move away from the automobile

Automotive may 11, 2016

GM And Lyft's Partnership Will Put Self-Driving Taxis On The Street Within The Year

Lyft riders will soon have the option to call a driver-less rideshare

[News] Volkswagen may create an Uber rival with Audis and Porsches
[Stat] 33% of the US has never even heard of Uber or Lyft, with usage skewed towards the affluent and tech-involved
BMW creates a car-sharing service in Seattle (TechCrunch)
Study finds that Uber and Lyft support, rather than compete with, demand for public transit (Washington Business Journal)

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