What Does A ‘Female-Only Uber’ Mean For The Rideshare Economy?

What Does A ‘Female-Only Uber’ Mean For The Rideshare Economy?
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

Chariot for Women is designed to create a safer environment for car-sharing

Jennifer Passas
  • 15 april 2016

A new rideshare app called Chariot for Women is set to launch on April 19 in Boston that will only employ female drivers and only accepted female passengers and children. With the companies like Uber and Lyft coming under pressure lately to implement passenger safety measures, Chariot—which is currently seeking a new name—is a timely entry into the rideshare game.

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