You can imagine my surprise earlier this week when the sun came up, even though Uber and Lyft had left town.
The company, called Fasten, hopes to fill a gap left by Uber and Lyft's departure.
The lawyer who struck a $100 million deal with Uber Technologies Inc. is being accused of greed by some of the drivers covered by the accord who want her bumped. “She has single-handedly stuck a ...
Angry Uber and Lyft fans vent profane outrage on City Hall
Uber and Lyft have ceased operations in Austin, Texas due to a dispute over the regulation to fingerprint their drivers. Other companies have now swooped in to provide ride-sharing services to citizens.
Bring back ridesharing with a new model.
We wish our friends in Austin had access to Uber. But we also respect Austin’s right — as determined through referendum — to decide what level of scrutiny its ride-share drivers should face.
Aldermen shouldn't rush to pass measures making it more difficult for people of color to participate in ridesharing, Mary Mitchell writes.