Lyft is making ordering a car from the airport even easier! With Lyft’s newest update, you can now preorder a Lyft car as soon as you land and Lyft will handle the timing to ensure a perfectly timed pickup.
Many travelers are unsure of when exactly they should order their rideshare ride; is it upon landing, after retrieving baggage, or once you are outside on the curb? Lyft wants to get rid of the “should I order my ride now?” stress by handling the timing for you.
Simply, preorder a ride right upon landing and Lyft will …read more
Does taking public transportation feel overwhelming to you? If you are new to subways, buses, or trains, the thought of figuring out how to get your ticket and navigate the seemingly complex rail system can be daunting. It may even seem as if there are some unspoken rules that everyone seems to know but you. We are here to walk you through the unspoken rules of etiquette for taking public transportation so the next time you choose to travel with the masses you can feel more comfortable.
When the doors open, wait. Do not rush into the newly accessible space. …read more
Want to be “extra green” this spring? With Lyft, you can turn your bike and scooter rides into new forests! Lyft has teamed up with Aspiration, a tree planting program, to plant trees in honor of every bike and scooter ride taken in the Chicago, Denver, and Bay Areas.
This wonderful green initiative will be going from now until June 5th, World Environment Day. If you live in the Chicago, Denver, or Bay Area all you need to do is choose Scooter or Bike rides over ordering a car and Lyft will take care of …read more
Delivery apps and services have made a huge rise in popularity over the last few years due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. One such popular delivery app that partners with many retail stores is Instacart. If you haven't used a delivery app yet, signing up and getting started is easy!
Recently, it seems like Uber and Lyft are in a tight race to be the first rideshare platform to reach 100% Electric Vehicles. Both rideshare companies have stated that they plan to be fully EV within the US by the end of 2030. Uber just announced a new partnership with bp to help transition drivers to sustainable vehicles and Lyft is expanding their “Green” business mode to more cities across the country.
“We’ve seen an explosion of interest in EVs — and once a driver or rider gets into an EV, they’re more likely to prefer them …read more