From our signature summer nail color to new hires, redefining carpooling to serving new locations, here’s your top Lyft news.
Lyft at Pride
We were proud to march in the San Francisco Pride Parade and encourage everyone to Ride with Pride.
Lyft Line is only becoming more popular. As it sweeps through cities, ridesharing is again being transformed. When Time interviewed our Emily Castor, she asserted,
The next phase for Lyft is to look at how we can increase that commuter carpooling activity and to expand on our vision to make it so any time any driver is on the road, [they] can be using the empty seats in their cars to give rides to other people.
#ShareYourGlow with a Lyft-Inspired Magenta
Although a partnership with Julep might make you pause, we’re willing to bet you’ll fall in love with their girl power reason for picking our signature color as this summer’s hottest nail color.
From leading students to dominating roller derby rinks to just being total bosses, Lyft drivers make their mark on our communities every day,” it went on to say. “They uplift others. They take roads less traveled. They follow their dreams and are bold in their self-expression. Glow is a polish to match.
Louisville Lyft Drivers
Louisville's visually-impaired community had few transportation resources available to them. Kentucky’s Wave 3 News tells the story of a blind passenger and how Lyft and a caring driver, Chris Curtis, have changed his life.
Memphis Airport a Go!
If you’re flying into Memphis, you can now grab a Lyft from the airport. The Memphis Business Journal talks about the Tennessee law passed that opened new doors.
Fingers Crossed, New York
Summer 2014 saw Lyft in New York, but the state’s restrictions soon limited service to New York City only. Thank you to all of the devoted drivers and passengers who keep asking for Lyft to return, especially those at the recent rallies in Buffalo and Rochester.
Beverly Center + Lyft
Lyft acqui-hired the team behind Leo, the disappearing messenger service. TechCrunch has the details about the venture.
We’re looking for general managers for some of our big markets. “We are doing this because it will help us continue to scale, while remaining true to who we are,” Woody Hartman said. “We still have a community-centric view of our markets that’s always been connected to harnessing… natural leaders and empowering them to influence and shape their community.”
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