In the city of the future, personal car ownership will be a thing of the past. With fewer cars on the road, we’ll curb traffic congestion, cut emissions, and redesign our streets around people instead of cars. Lyft is already bringing that vision closer with reliable, shared rides on-demand. But we can’t do it alone.

This week, we are proud to join the City of Los Angeles as a partner in the new Go LA App - powered by Xerox - a trip-planning app that gives Angelenos one-stop mobile access to all of the public and private transportation modes LA has to offer.


In the 1,900 rides Louisville Lyft driver Jilson has given, passengers have asked “what’s your most interesting Lyft experience?” more times than he can count. “I didn’t really have an answer that stood out before,” he says. That was until last week, of course, when a couple delivered their baby in the back seat of Jilson’s Chevy Tahoe.