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Uber and Lyft Rides Are Pricier Due to a Lack of Drivers (and the Waits Are Longer, Too)

In the event that demand outstrips supply, ride-hailing services typically resort to surge pricing to entice more drivers to a certain area.

Lyft Will Also Ban a Rider Who Was Captured on Video Coughing on an Uber Driver

Lyft has banned a passenger seen in a video assaulting an Uber driver.

12 Google Maps Features You Should Know About

Google Maps can do so much more than get you from Point A to Point B. Here's how to maximize all that Maps has to offer. Have you tried these 12 features yet?

EVgo to Go Public via SPAC in Bid to Power EV Charging Expansion

EVgo, the wholly-owned subsidiary of LS Power that owns and operates public fast chargers for electric vehicles, has reached a deal to become a...

Uber and Lyft Just Scored a Huge Federal Transportation Contract

The five-year $810 million contract authorizes the companies to provide transportation to over 4 million federal employees.

How Far Will Uber Take Its New Legal Framework for Gig Labor?

Regulators and labor groups around the world have been pushing hard for higher pay and worker protections in the gig economy. But in California, they got totally outflanked.

Uber and Lyft Lose Appeal, Ordered Again to Classify Drivers As Employees

Uber and Lyft were ordered by California’s court of appeals to classify their drivers as employees.

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