Autonomous vehicles will shake up the landscape of existing car services. But which are true disruptors? Buckle up as we look at where the U.S. ride-hailing and car-sharing industry stands—for now.
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There’s no denying it’s been a rough year for Uber, and Lyft has been encroaching on its market share. But the company isn't as bad off as it seems.
One year ago, we dug into Uber ridership and learned just how engaged those riders were. With Uber’s continued growth, and with Lyft gaining share in key markets, how has customer behavior changed? Over the past 4 years, Uber’s domestic consumer business has grown 65x in bookings (akin to GMV): and 83x in customers. US … Continued
With today’s announcement that Lyft has reached an annualized gross revenue run rate of $1B, TechCrunch draws the inevitable comparison to Uber: Lyft’s most recent valuation: $2.5 billion Uber’s valuation when it was valued at similar financial metrics: $3.5 billion You will note that those are not the same numbers. Here you can speculate. Was … Continued
Over the past three years, Uber has grown more than 35x in the US alone: Their customers have become more engaged over time: Interestingly, highly engaged riders (those averaging 12 or more rides per month) spend less per ride than infrequent riders: And yet, those highly engaged riders have grown to make up more than … Continued