When Lyft unveiled its All-Access plan last year, many were taken aback by the hefty price of $299 per month. Now, Lyft is ditching that plan and replacing it with Lyft Pink, which costs just $19.99. The perks of the membership differ, but this lower price point will likely prove to be much more of a win-win for Lyft and its riders.
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That makes it the largest commercial self-driving program in the U.S.
Open recalls include Takata airbags.
Rental cars and taxi cabs aren't great, either.
It plans to sell $10 billion worth of stock
Careem had outperformed it in 100 cities in 15 countries.
Cheaper fares, happier drivers, a little good-for-you walking. What's not to like?
Startup rideshare service gets kids everywhere they need to be
But a Pew Research Center study found regular usage is still rather low.