In January, we announced that 10 new drivers from the US and Canada had been selected to represent their communities in our National Driver Advisory Council in 2019. We are excited to share that we are expanding the DAC program to include Local councils in more than 40 additional cities. The new councils will join Houston, Detroit, and Las Vegas, where we opened local Driver Advisory Councils last year.
Our Driver Advisory Council program is designed to bring grassroots driver feedback directly to Lyft, and help us make better business decisions that improve the driver experience. Check out what The Rideshare Guy has to say about the impact of Lyft’s DAC program since its launch in 2016.
With this expansion, we look forward to bringing even more diverse driver voices to our field teams and corporate headquarters in San Francisco. DAC members enjoy a close relationship with Lyft to help us stay connected with the driver community, generate innovative ideas, and share feedback to help improve the driver experience. We look forward to all the ways we can work together to support drivers in the future.
We are accepting applications until March 13, 2019 for Local DACs in cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Miami, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Toronto and many more.
You are the right fit for the DAC if you answer “Yes” to all these questions:
Are you passionate about Lyft’s vision for improving people’s lives with the world’s best transportation?
Do you have at least a 4.85 driver rating?
Do you believe in the power of community?
Do you want to give constructive feedback to Lyft on behalf of your fellow drivers?
Do you have ideas for how Lyft can improve the driver experience?
Are you excited to test new features in the Beta app and help us find and fix bugs?
DAC members can expect:
Leadership role in driver community
Influential interactions with Lyft executives, product managers, and more
Swag, exclusive access to support from HQ and potential stipend as a DAC member.
The 2019 Local DAC members will be selected and announced here in April. Still curious about the specifics? See our DAC Frequently Asked Questions.