San Francisco ride-hailing
Agency board considers "trip verification technology" for travel perks to combat Uber and Lyft.
Poll for Proposition D shows plurality support it, but well short of the two-thirds margin needed.
SFMTA permits new Lyft bikes, even as the ride-hailing company sues the city.
SFMTA pledges huge dividends for stationless bike program—but Lyft wants to stop it.
Graduate program says better alternative is only viable way to compete.
"Observed changes in travel time are worse than the background changes would predict."
Company says it fixed faulty brake issues in 2018, but never told anyone about it
"Out of an abundance of caution, we are proactively removing the pedal-assist bikes."
Ride-hailing company ponies up $700,000 in grant money to city.
Riders are giving up public transit—not their cars—in favor of ride-hailing trips.
Rideshare rivals Lyft and Uber both want in on the scooter game, along with ten other companies.
SF Federal Credit Union accuses SFMTA of allowing Uber, Lyft to kill cabs and taxi-permit sale program—but not before making $64 million.