Uber began trading in May, following Lyft’s public debut in March. While Uber dominates U.S. rideshare, Lyft has grown faster over the last year. In April, Uber accounted for 69 percent of U.S. rideshare spending, and Lyft captured 29 percent of the market, up 3 percentage points from a year ago.

Second Measure on Rideshare: As market grows, Uber controls two-thirds of U.S. sales

Starting in August 2017, Uber’s share of the market excludes Uber Eats transactions. Other rideshare competitors include Via and Juno, which claim just a fraction of the market. This analysis excludes business spending.

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