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  • Today we’re excited to announce we’ve hit 5,000 self-driving rides with Aptiv! “Lyft is the largest network currently deploying a commercial self-driving program to the public,” said Raj Kapoor, Lyft’s Chief Strategy Officer. Read more here:

    Celebrating 5,000 Self-Driving Rides with Aptiv

    At Lyft, we believe in reducing car ownership and sharing the ride to build a future where transportation ushers in positive change. A critical part of this future includes self-driving vehicles, which will ultimately make our cities safer, greener, and more efficient.

  • Starting today on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day and through the end of August, Lyft will donate 38 cents for every Lyft ride Rounded Up in support of Black Girls CODE to close the gap and help Black Girls CODE grow the number of women of color working in technology and give underprivileged girls a chance to become the masters of their technological worlds.

    Lyft X Black Girls CODE: Black Women's Equal Pay Day

    Today marks the day that a Black woman's average salary catches up to a White man's average salary from last year. At Lyft, we're driving to close the gap because #38PercentCounts and this Black Women's Equal Pay Day, we're driving again with Black Girls CODE.

  • A peek behind the scenes of our office in beautiful downtown Nashville:

    Welcome to the Coolest Call Center on the Planet

    This 24-hour customer service hub in Nashville is nothing like the soul-crushingly dull places that dominate the genre.

  • Co-Founder and President John Zimmer chats with Ty Burrell about the future of transportation for National Geographic:

    The Future of Driving | Years of Living Dangerously

    Ty Burrell takes a ride with Lyft President John Zimmer to talk about the future of self-driving and electric vehicles. ? Subscribe: ? Get More Years of Living Dangerously: ? YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY AIRS WEDNESDAYS at 10/9c.

  • "Transportation doesn’t just impact how we get from place to place. It shapes what those places look like, and the lives of the people who live there." Lyft Co-founder and President John Zimmer on the future of transportation.

    The Third Transportation Revolution

    Lyft's Vision for the Next Ten Years and Beyond Introduction: A Country Built for Cars I remember when I first fell in love with cars. It started small with Hot Wheels when I was three and Micromachines when I was six. Everything about them was fast and exciting?-?even the commercials were narrated by the World's Fastest Talker.

  • Tips for landing your dream creative job from our own Jesse McMillin, VP and Creative Director:

    4 Tips For Landing Your Dream Job At A Creative Company

    What is your dream job? The company you want to work at above all others? And are you there right now? Over the course of our careers, we all job hop, and in fact, we probably should once every three years. But some people do it better than others.

  • Watch Demi Lovato go undercover as a Lyft driver. Even after some Jonas Brothers jokes and a few performances behind the wheel, passengers in Denver never saw it coming.

    Undercover Lyft with Demi Lovato

    Watch Demi Lovato take a break from her Future Now tour and CAST speaking events to go undercover as a Lyft driver. Even after some Jonas Brothers jokes and a few performances behind the wheel, passengers in Denver never saw it coming. Want to know more about CAST Centers and what Demi's up to with them?

  • Ever wonder what it's like to intern at Lyft?

    What it's like to intern at one of Silicon Valley's billion-dollar startups

    In the world of competitive Silicon Valley internships, there have been plenty of rumors about the crazy perks of being an engineering intern: luxury boat cruises, secret concerts, and trips to Disney Land top the list. But what is it really like to work at one of the Valley's tech giants or unicorn startups?

  • Lyft's CEO Logan Green talks to the WSJ about our business:

    Boss Talk: Lyft's Logan Green on Building Uber's 'Happier' U.S. Rival

    SAN FRANCISCO-Two of tech's fiercest rivals, ride-hailing companies Lyft Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc., offer essentially the same service, at roughly the same price, from many of the same drivers. Apart from their size difference-Uber operates in more than twice as many cities as Lyft-the biggest difference between the firms might be the men who lead them.

  • We're excited to share this @FastCompany feature on our founders and the Lyft story.

    Lyft To Uber: The Race Is On

    Long before there was Uber, 21-year-old Logan Green traveled to Zimbabwe. There, he encountered impromptu fleets of vans that shuttled people around Harare's chaotic streets. Inspired, he returned to the United States and launched a company called Zimride in 2007. It used Facebook to connect riders and drivers for long-distance trips.

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