Lyft

Car Ownership To Dwindle As Ride-Sharing App Use Increase

Own A Car Or Use An App? 1 In 3 People Find Ride-Sharing Services More Practical, Survey Says

With consumers' increasing penchant for connectivity and mobility, automakers are looking at changing their business model. more

Lyft Partners With Waymo For Self-Driving Cars

Lyft, Waymo Team Up On Self-Driving Car Tech Against Uber

The new partnership between Lyft and Waymo is non-exclusive as both companies also have self-driving car deals with other car companies. more

General Motors Partners With Lyft

General Motors, Lyft Join Forces In Self-Driving Car Bid

GM and Lyft are planning to commence development efforts by 2018. more

General Motors Partners With Lyft

General Motors and Lyft May Launch Self-Driving Car Fleets By 2018

General Motors and Lyft's plan for self-driving cars in ride sharing fleets may arrive in 2018 according to two sources familiar with the plan. more

Ford And GM Report Large Drops In Monthly Sales

Ford To Invest US$1 Billion In Argo AI For Its Own Fleet Of Self-Driving Vehicles

Ford has announced an investment of US$1 billion in tech startup Argo to assist in building a fleet of commercial self-driving cars by 2020. more

Lyft At Its San Francisco Headquarters Showcasing Lyft Cars, The Glowstache, The Lyft App, Lyft Passengers And Drivers

Your Next Lyft Ride Might be With a Self-Driving Car! Find Out More Here.

Lyft and Chevrolet are partnering up to provide mobile driving services with the help of the latter's upcoming EV model, the Chevy Bolt. more

Inside The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

No More Private Cars In The U.S. By 2025, Says Lyft President

Lyft president and co-founder John Zimmer predicted that there might be no more car ownership by 2025 in the US. Instead, the public might rely on the technology of autonomous vehicles offered by their company, apart from Uber. more

Detroit Hosts Flagship North American International Auto Show

Ford Looking To Venture Into Other Services Aside From Car Manufacturing; New Partnerships To Be Seen In The Future

Ford said that they are looking to have partnerships. This is because they want to venture into other services aside from car manufacturing. more

An Uber vehicle is viewed in Manhattan

Ford, Volvo Partner With Google, Uber And Lyft To Push Self-Driving Cars To Market

Five major companies have teamed up to establish the Self-Driving Coaltion For Safer Streets. more

Transportation Sec'y Foxx Discusses Future Transportation Trends With Google CEO

Google Alphabet, Ford, Uber, Lyft, And Volvo Lobbies To Hasten Self-driving Cars Presence

Google Alphabet, Ford, Uber, Lyft, and Volvo unites for one cause and that is to hasten and ease the way for self-driving cars. more

Lyft in San Francisco

GM President Dan Amman Sees Uber & Lyft's Success in Driverless Car Trend

Uber and Lyft could be using self-driving cars soon. But for now, their drivers are required to file business licenses. more

California Tightens Policy For Hybird Drivers Access To Carpool Lanes

HopSkipDrive Reviews & Download: Here's How Ride Service App for Kids Works

School buses can soon become things of the past, as kids now become a target market of transportation providers. more

Uber Driver

Transit Agencies See Uber As Low-Cost Alternative To Subsidized Mass Transit

Public transit agencies are starting to see companies like Uber as a partner in offering mass transit. more

Latest Car Models Showcased At New York Auto Show

Jaguar Land Rover To Launch New Car Sharing Service

Jaguar Land Rover announces its plans to develop car sharing services. more

One Third Of San Francisco Cabbies Switch To Ridesharing Services

Ride Sharing Startups As Uber Or Lyft Could Boost Vehicle Sales

Despite fears that automakers will sell fewer vehicles, market analysts expect that ride sharing could actually boost auto sales. more

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