Parents Using Ride Sharing Apps For Kids’ Transportation (12-6-18)

(WTHR) — One of the struggles of being a busy parent with busy kids: transportation.

2017 survey found many parents with children between ages 6 and 17 have a hard time managing the logistics of getting their kids to various activities. Forty percent of those surveyed said they spend more than five hours per week driving their kids around. Of those parents, a third said they spend more than 10 hours each week driving their kids.

Mobile app developers are working to alleviate some of that stress with ride sharing apps similar to Uber or Lyft, but geared toward kids.

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Lyft’s New Subscription Service Could Be Great for Business Travelers (5-11-18)

Illustration by Brown Bird Design

Lyft has come a long way since it was the pink-stache, barely-there alternative to ride-hailing king Uber. Following a fall from grace by Uber and a sequence of smart moves by Lyft—like treating its employees decently and buying carbon offsets for every single ride—the 2012 San Francisco-based upstart is now an industry leader.

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