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Women who drive for Uber and Lyft are being left to fend for themselves

‘He was very drunk, so I was lucky’

Lyft’s first-ever safety report reveals over 4,000 assaults between 2017-2019

Tinder and Lyft partner so you can send your match a ride for an IRL date

Lyft and Uber to cover legal fees of drivers sued under Texas anti-abortion law

Meet the self-driving brains working with Volkswagen and Ford

Argo AI CEO Bryan Salesky on a new partnership with Lyft and setting realistic expectations for self-driving cars

Lyft introduces annual Lyft Pink subscription with better bike-share perks

Ford’s self-driving cars will be available on Lyft’s platform in Miami and Austin

Lyft is bringing back shared rides starting on July 19th

The autonomous vehicle world is shrinking — it’s overdue

‘The AV industry has promised too much for too long, and has delivered too little’

Biden’s Labor Department reverses Trump-era gig worker rule

Toyota is buying Lyft’s autonomous car division for $550 million

Lyft launches health care transportation program

Uber and Lyft have a driver shortage problem, and it’s costing them a lot of money

Uber and Lyft will share information about drivers deactivated for serious offenses

Lyft reinvents calling a cab

Uber and Lyft are getting less unprofitable, but COVID-19 is still a drag on their business

Uber and Lyft drivers in California sue to overturn Prop 22 ballot measure

The best last-minute digital gifts from Target, Amazon, Walmart, and more

Uber and Lyft roll out new benefits for California drivers under Prop 22

Uber and Lyft just scored a huge federal transportation contract

Lyft’s ride-hailing business is starting to claw its way out of a deep hole

Uber and Lyft had an edge in the Prop 22 fight: their apps

Uber, Lyft drivers aren’t employees after all, California voters say

Uber and Lyft lose appeal, ordered again to classify drivers as employees

Uber and Lyft shutdown in California averted as judge grants emergency stay

Lyft will suspend its ride-hailing service in California

An Uber and Lyft shutdown in California looks inevitable — unless voters bail them out

Going dark for two months could help show voters what’s at stake in November

Uber and Lyft on track to leave California after failing to delay driver status order

Lyft joins Uber in threatening to pull out of California over driver status

Uber and Lyft ordered by California judge to classify drivers as employees

California labor commissioner sues Uber and Lyft for alleged wage theft

Massachusetts sues Uber and Lyft over driver classification