Lyft Launches Lyft for Work: Adobe, Postmates, Lovely & Thumbtack Among Pilot Partners

Lyft Launches Lyft for Work: Adobe, Postmates, Lovely & Thumbtack Among Pilot Partners

The average American has a daily commute of 50 minutes, and studies show that the commute is one of our least favorite parts of the day. And across the country, nearly 80% of workers drive to work alone. Imagine if that 80% of people filled the seats in their cars through Lyft — we could eliminate rush hour congestion, drastically reduce travel time and make the commute more enjoyable. That’s what we’re aiming to do with Lyft for Work, a new program launching today.




Lyft for Good: Helping the Elderly

From providing rides for seniors to delivering food to the homeless, the Lyft for Good program grew from initiatives we've seen Lyft drivers doing on their own since the earliest days of Lyft in communities across the country. Every two weeks, we will highlight these remarkable drivers and their involvement and volunteer work in the community.


D.C. Affirms Commitment to Ridesharing

D.C. Affirms Commitment to Ridesharing

In August 2013, Washington, D.C. became one of the first cities in the nation to grant Lyft temporary operating authority — allowing drivers to continue providing safe and reliable rides while we worked with the city on a permanent solution. We are excited to announce that today the DC City Council enacted a regulatory framework officially authorizing ridesharing in the District!



Home Field Advantage: Lyft in SF for a World Series Win

Home Field Advantage: Lyft in SF for a World Series Win

As a movement sparked in San Francisco, we couldn’t be more excited Lyft’s hometown team is back in the hunt to win a third World Series title in five years! To celebrate, we’re extending this weekend's home field advantage to Giants fans city-wide, with SFStaches on the road and an opportunity to win tickets to Game 5!












More Than a Ride

More Than a Ride

Who are Lyft drivers? Well, we could go on for hours… The short version is that they’re Olympians, indie-rock keyboardists, tornado chasers, kindergarten teachers, and everything in between — each with their own story, just like our passengers. And when we put them together, it becomes less about getting from point A to point B, and more about the experience you have on the way. See what a few of our drivers do when they’re not behind the wheel.