Growing pains be gone. Uber is partnering with GM, Toyota, and financial institutions to offer 100,000 drivers reduced monthly car payments and get more Uber drivers on the road.
California regulators have officially approved a set of guidelines that allow ridesharing services like Lyft, SideCar, and Uber to remain in business. This could create a powerful precedent for cities around the country.
Flywheel is trying to change the cab industry from within by giving traditional taxis the same benefits and conveniences as controversial ridesharing startups.
The streets around City Hall were filled with taxis sitting bumper-to-bumper, blocking traffic and filling the air with honking while drivers waved signs protesting Lyft, Uber, and Sidecar.
Threeways in an Uber car are now really easy. Threeway fare-splits, that is.
Rocket Internet-backed Easy Taxi takes new funding to fuel international growth and gain marketshare before British competitor Hailo.
Editor’s Pick Flywheel (formerly known as Cabulous) released major updates today to its application today that provides existing taxis and fleets with rider-friendly features like e-hailing, in-app payment, and a ratings system.
New York’s Mayor Bloomberg announced that New York’s highest court unanimously upholds the state law authorizing “street hail livery service.” This means that startups like Uber, Lyft, SideCar, Hailo, Relay Rides, and Instacab are allowed to operate.
A week after Lyft closed a $60 million round of funding, the ride-sharing company has made its first entrance into an East Coast market.
Uber’s new app releases will help expand its user base and continue disrupting the taxi industry around the world.
At SXSW, Uber CEO revealed the next stage of his battle plan: quadrupling the size of his staff in the next year, growing from 200 to 800 members, and continuing global expansion.
Taxi Magic dispatched the biggest update ever of its popular mobile app today to further improve the experience of calling a cab.