Getting to the Metro or a grocery store could be as easy as a tap on a cellphone, without the added costs of taking a cab or a potential wait for a bus in parts of Montgomery County starting this summer.
The parents of a University of South Carolina student who mistook her alleged killer’s car for an Uber want changes in the ride-sharing industry.
On My Take, after crimes committed against riders who were using ride-sharing services, Clinton Yates says it’s time to be vigilant once again.
South Carolina lawmakers introduced a bill that would require illuminated signs in Ubers and Lyfts in response to the killing of Samantha Josephson, who police say was murdered after getting in a car she thought was her Uber.
Ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft have redefined what we expect from transportation, hooking customers on the immediacy of on-demand rides with a few clicks on a smartphone.
That’s why the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) is teaming up with Lyft again to offer free rides home so the luck of the Irish doesn’t turn bad on those celebrating the holiday.
Metro plans to add some service back this summer at stations on the Yellow, Green and Red lines without raising fares.
Metro is offering to pay $3 of the cost of the trip when riders have “limited transportation options during the hours when Metrorail is not operating,” but riders would have to pay the rest of the fare.
Lyft has brought its electric scooters to the streets of Alexandria, Virginia, four months after launching in the District and later Arlington.
Ridesharing services are having a dramatic effect on the number of taxicab rides in the nation’s capital.
Lyft passengers will soon be able to request a ride in an electric or hybrid vehicle when they’re planning a trip.
New legislation working its way through the Virginia General Assembly could set new state standards around dockless scooters and e-bikes, giving localities like Arlington full authority to ban the vehicles on sidewalks and regulate where they’re parked.
Rider and driver safety issues have continually plagued ride-share services, but progress has been made since the companies were founded nearly a decade ago.
Thanks to free ride-shares and Metro’s extended hours, you won’t have to worry about getting home safely after you ring in the New Year. Here’s what you need to know as you travel around D.C.
To stay safe this New Year’s, the law enforcement program Checkpoint Strikeforce is recommending D.C.’s SoberRide program, which began partnering with Lyft last year.
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