Couldn’t a billion-dollar company do more to ascertain that guests who check in at one of its properties also, ultimately, check out?
Uber and Lyft have both received numerous complaints that their services are not accessible to people with disabilities, and that the companies violate the Americans With Disabilities Act, which—well, you can guess Uber’s response.
Uber has claimed ice cream as its personal territory, and Lyft has annexed Starbucks for fuel.
Breeze rents cars to ride-share drivers. Or, as they put it: “Breeze empowers job seekers by handing them keys to cars optimized for use in today’s on-demand ecosystem.”
Melissa Chandler’s essay for the Bold Italic, “My Dad’s a Cabbie But Sometimes I Use Lyft” is both lovely and has lots of great cabbie stories (win-win).