You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Lyft. 116 people are quoted and you can read 198 citations of them about Lyft. John Zimmer, Raj Kapoor, Dan Ammann and Alwaleed bin Talal, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. John Zimmer said: “Less than 0.5 percent of miles traveled in the U.S. happen on rideshare networks. This creates a huge opportunity to best serve our cities' economic, environmental, and social futures.”.
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Dan Ammann - General Motors

We feel pretty good about what we have. By having all those capabilities under our control and making sure we have the ability to do that is enabling us to move really

Regina Clewlow

There's this potential opportunity for policy makers, city planners and these firms themselves to find solutions where we're steering toward that

Richard Barone

Cities need to play an active role in this. How aggressive it is depends on the

Ben Platt

I don't mean to be rude, but my boner has already called a

Jim Cramer

To put it into contemporary terms, Expedia and Priceline were the Uber and Lyft of the travel industry, and Khosrowshahi? Well, he played a major role in shepherding that transformation. When he took over at Expedia, the company had $15 billion in annual bookings; as of last year, [it had] $72 billion in

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

Our relationship with GM has always been a non-exclusive

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

We're focused on partnering with the auto industry because, frankly, we think we can't do this alone and need each other to be successful. It's one thing to do tests with one or two cars. It's a whole different world doing this on a large

Cotten Seiler

Getting your own car, and actually being in the driver's seat of that car was absolutely essential to a vision of sort of American adulthood and American freedom. It's just not

Peter Norton

That's where the legroom was. Checker Marathons were favored as cabs because of the exceptional room they afforded passengers. Same thing for London's black

Dan Trigub - Lyft

We want to study whether we can reduce these no-show rates and provide a better experience for elder

Dan Trigub - Lyft

We want to be the premier solution for elder, low-income and underserved

Sebastian Thrun

As self-driving cars start taking over the world, everyone should be a part of this

Carol Reiley

We want to make sure the experience feels as much like an autonomous vehicle experience as

Taggart Matthiesen - Lyft

We're not looking to vet the technology. We want to do this in a very agnostic way, which is why we built this open

Sam Shank - HotelTonight

We are like Lyft and Uber, born from the mobile-first era, and we can innovate much more

Jan Dawson - Jackdaw Research

It is so tempting to think Lyft is gaining because people are taking a stand against Uber, but convenience usually trumps

Logan Green - Lyft

As we get service levels to parity and pickup times are equal, people prefer using Lyft. They like that we treat our drivers better. They like that we treat our customers better. And they like that we have a brand that sort of stands for taking care of people, where Uber has done a lot to build the opposite type of brand. We've always been the underdog in the race against Uber. We've taken a lot of ground. We still

Syed Manzar

Lyft is trying to take advantage (of the situation), but both are really the same. There is no

Whitlee Dean

They seem to be really responsive to the issue when you contact them as opposed to

Brad Smith

The research suggests about 34 percent of people are working in this gig economy as a freelancer. They're driving for Uber or Lyft, they're running tasks for TaskRabbit, they're delivering for DoorDash. And today, they have to separate their personal from their business expense[s], then they have to be able to file using the right tax form, and the government considers them a small

Tom Currier

We're taking these 300-500 mile trips and turning them into an experience where you're basically checking into a hotel in one city and then checking out of a hotel in another city. And when you combine our service with Uber and Lyft in our destination cities, you're replacing the need for having a car

Masayoshi Son

So whether we decide to partner and invest into Uber or Lyft, I don't know what would be the end result, but we are definitely interested. The autonomous car is definitely coming. And when that stage comes, this ride sharing business be comes even more important. That's my

Masayoshi Son

Presently there are multiple business consolidation parties that can be assumed, and negotiation has been

Masayoshi Son

We are interested in discussing with Uber, we are also interested in discussing with Lyft. We have not decided which way. But the U.S. is a very big market. It's the most important market, so we are definitely very much interested. Sprint's earnings are improving as planned and the company could conceivably go it alone. But, in order for the company to grow further, we are considering multiple consolidation options. The negotiations are proceeding apace and we should be able to arrive at a decision

Sachin Jain

We've saved more than $1 million in one year by shifting to

Sachin Jain

The same services that we use as consumers are now being leveraged by our

Jessica Jermakian

For most adults, it's still as safe to ride in the back seat as the front seat, but not if you aren't buckled up. That applies to riding in an Uber, Lyft or other hired vehicle, too. In the rear seat a lap/shoulder belt is the primary means of protection in a frontal crash. Without it, bodies can hit hard surfaces or other people at full speed, leading to serious

Valerie Jarrett

I am a frequent Lyft passenger and have been inspired by the strong community [that Lyft co-founders] John [Zimmer] and Logan [Green] have created that is dedicated to enlightened corporate values. We share a belief that reliable, affordable transportation positively impacts social mobility, and improves the quality of life in densely populated communities. I am thrilled to join the

Bob Neveu

The revolution in ground transportation we're seeing today led by Uber and Lyft has far reaching implications for the future of corporate travel. Business travelers' move toward greater personalization and convenience may have started with ride-hailing, but it's not likely to stop there. Mobile technology brought us into a new age, and the expectation and ability to cater to the preferences of the individual is driving a cultural shift that will continue to effect dynamic change throughout the

Michael Ramsey

The inside of the vehicle of 2040 will be luxurious. Indeed, cars that are personally owned are likely to become increasingly luxurious, as people who use a car for simple commuting either will be buying used models or using mobility services. The most capable, luxurious cars likely will have features like chairs that can face one another and heads up displays that are richer in detail than those available

Michael Ramsey

The multimedia centre will be more interactive, with a powerful virtual assistant that has far more capability than today. It is likely that buttons and controls will disappear as the voice assistant takes most of those controls

Michael Ramsey

For mobility services, cars may become more commoditised, taking the shape of people movers – efficient, packaged to hold people, slow moving and

Melissa Waters - Lyft

You're going to see us do more and more partnerships in order to extend passenger

Melissa Waters - Lyft

Marketing today is so much about customer experience, not branding and advertising. We're really evaluating it from a surprise and delight for our consumer bases with a program like this and both meeting in the middle and developing it on both

Marisa Thalberg - Taco Bell

What drives us both is a vision much bigger than what would be apparent to the naked eye. I hope it's the tip of the iceberg of what we can

Marisa Thalberg - Taco Bell

I kind of think of this like inverse delivery – like we're delivering you to Taco Bell. You're being delivered to the food as opposed to having to get in your own car and drive. Some people are either afraid to ask or don't know if they can ask. We're taking all those questions marks of, Would it be unseemly to ask my Lyft driver to go through the Taco Bell drive-through? And now we're not only going to make it permissible, we're going to celebrate this

Luc Vincent - Lyft

[Self-driving cars] will also mean 80% fewer vehicles on the road – opening up more space for all of us in our cities and communities…[and] dramatically reduc[ing] pollution and greenhouse gas

Melissa Waters - Lyft

We will allow drivers to opt in to that so we can make sure we understand their full experience, and the customers can get the full delight of opting into 'Taco Mode'. Then we can fully understand how everything works before we roll out more broadly in Southern California, then more broadly nationally. It's pretty obvious there's a lot of food delivery out there and lots of apps and services that allow you to take food to people. This is really turning this concept on its head of just delivering food to delivering you to food and extending the

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

There are new opportunities that are going to be created for drivers. We're seeing a surge in demand for health care, elderly related assistance services that are there that require drivers. And you'll see whole new ways of transporting. You'll have cafe services in cars as

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

What the consumer cares about the most is having a reliable experience, in addition to safety and that means that when I open up the app, I know that there's a car there in a couple minutes. For that kind of ubiquity, you need to have human drivers. We have over 700,000 drivers now. That's something that any other company would have to replicate

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

We believe this is inevitable where the world is going. We need to be playing this

Luc Vincent - Lyft

Lyft is uniquely positioned to build technology in collaboration with partners in a way that will make it possible to roll out self-driving cars at scale in the fastest, safest, most efficient way. When a passenger requests a ride that a self-driving car can complete, we may send one to complete the trip. If that person needs to go somewhere self-driving cars are unable to navigate, or their needs call for a different level of service, they will have a driver. We aren't thinking of our self-driving division as a side project. It's core to our

Jeremy Carlson - IHS Automotive

It does still take a lot to do this, even if there is lots off-the-shelf technology, to engineer them together and create systems and put them in a

Luc Vincent - Lyft

The one thing that is very, very key is the scale that we

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

We look at this as an opportunity to take what we're developing and give it to others. For self-driving to work as an industry, there has to be more

Luc Vincent - Lyft

We're building a way for third parties to plug their self-driving cars into our

Taggart Matthiesen - Lyft

You're going to see it. You're going to see these vehicles on the

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

Lyft is not getting into the business of manufacturing a car. We're on our way to creating a self-driving system. Then the auto industry can bring it to

Luc Vincent - Lyft

We aren't thinking of our self-driving division as a side project. It's core to our business. That's why 10 percent of our engineers are already focused on developing self-driving technology – and we'll continue to grow that team in the months

Raj Kapoor - Lyft

We want to bring the whole industry together with this, and we think there's a unique opportunity in time right now for Lyft to become a leader while doing

David Beier

They're approaching it with this cookie-cutter idea. They want you to mortgage your house to them as collateral. It's forcing borrowers into

Keith Leggett

You've got borrowers who are under water. This is just like the subprime loan crisis. This is a commodity that has been fundamentally disrupted. I don't see the value of the medallions getting close to what they

Marcelino Hervias

Every time we want to go on vacation or do something, where do we go? To the equity of the

John Zimmer - Lyft

There's nothing to celebrate in this situation. But it does shine a light on the importance of values and

John Zimmer - Lyft

For a while there was this idea that we are treating people well, and we are going to get beaten by a competitor that is more aggressive. There was a misunderstanding about those values [not being] tied to building a great business, which they

Noam Scheiber

Uber may have deducted hundreds of millions of dollars from drivers’ earnings in New York to pay state taxes, NYTimes

Jared Carmel

Depending on the city you're in, both drivers and customers alike seem to prefer

Jared Carmel

It's one thing to have a CEO with a great vision ... but at this point and at this juncture in the life of Uber and the likely IPO that should come at some time in the near future, I think you need a C-suite with gravitas that understands how to run a public

Megan Lathrop - Capital One

If you aren't going to see income for a while, consider renting your home or room on Airbnb, or do a home swap if you plan to travel. Or you could become a driver for a company like Lyft. I have a friend who, on her first day on the job, drove someone who ended up interviewing her for a job in the car. She started the job the next

Steve Beck - cg42

There is no lock-in. There is not a meaningful distinction between

Santosh Rao - Manhattan Venture Partners

Investors are worried that Uber may be self-destructing to some extent. At such a high valuation it was priced for

Donald J. Trump

This agreement is less about the climate and more about other countries gaining a financial advantage over the United States. The agreement doesn't eliminate coal jobs, it just transfers those jobs out of America, and ships them to other

Travis Kalanick - Uber

He said, Well, we're just going to replace them all with robots. It was quite chilling. I don't think people look into it too much. But, you know, if they do, I'd have to advocate for myself, and I'd tell the truth, which is that, I'm an Uber and Lyft driver, I make less than minimum wage. My option is to sleep in my backseat, or to sleep on the street. Which would you prefer?feedback

Ken Sawyer

Lyft has had a lot of interest since their last funding

Mark Cuban

The Amazon Question. Can they get your groceries to you faster than you can get to the store to shop in an Uber/ Lyft world?

Sebastian Peck

We are excited to collaborate with a leading platform like Lyft not only on developing premium mobility solutions but also devising innovative solutions to the transport problems Jaguar Land Rover's customers face. Personal mobility and smart transportation is evolving and this new collaborative venture will provide a real-world platform helping us to develop our connected and autonomous

Arianna Huffington - The Huffington Post

The process was longer than we thought and more painful than we thought, but this chapter comes to an end today. Our task now is to learn, rebuild, and move forward together to write Uber's next

Hanno Kirner

This is a strategic investment for both parties as we focus on innovating new mobility solutions for our customers. Collaborating with an expanding technology business like Lyft is going to help us both accelerate our

John Zimmer - Lyft

We're excited to join forces with Jaguar Land Rover and InMotion. Lyft envisions a future where shared mobility will transform cities and improve people's lives. This partnership will help us achieve that ambitious

Dennis Herrera

No one disputes the convenience of the ride-hailing industry, but that convenience evaporates when you're stuck in traffic behind a double-parked Uber or Lyft, or when you can't get a ride because the vehicle isn't accessible to someone with a disability or because the algorithm disfavours the neighbourhood where you

Logan Green - Lyft

We see ourselves as a kind of Switzerland. We don't think there will be a single player that will win the whole autonomous vehicle

Logan Green - Lyft

Our ultimate responsibility is to bring the best autonomous vehicles to Lyft's millions of passengers. And since it's very early in the development life cycle of autonomous vehicles, we'll explore many partnerships to learn with and from partners to help figure out what passengers

Chelsea Harrison

We are currently reviewing the subpoena, but Lyft has always been focused on improving transportation access for people across all cities in which we

Anthony Barrs

Long story short: high-speed rail didn't pencil out over here. We're primarily looking at cities with major nodes that need to be connected, where high-speed would create high value. If you're in DC and you have this Hyperlane connecting the DC metro area, you can now fly out of the Baltimore-Washington international airport much more easily. This creates additional transportation options. We liken the Hyperlane network to an air traffic control system. We're looking at state transportation officials and transportation companies like Uber and

Bruce Schaller

It's not the predominant trend, but there are a significant number of people who have changed their lifestyle, if you will, and are now relying much more on ride services than their own

Wally Nowinski

My mom didn't think I could do it. She thought I would buy a new car in six months. I take Uber like pretty

Jonathan Weekley

If you route vehicles that don't have passengers, you can dramatically increase the overall fleet

Jonathan Weekley

There's a blatant, obvious need for a routing service. There's a segment of drivers who think they know the right place to go. When you combine simple statistics and machine learning, you can definitely route a vehicle much more efficiently. Uber and Lyft are using carrots and sticks, such as surge, to route their fleet. But they don't own the fleet, so they have limited

Lara Cottingham

There is definitely a national, coordinated push from the industry to enact regulations for this type of transportation at the state rather than city

Sarfraz Maredia - Uber Technologies

A statewide framework for ridesharing will help bring greater economic opportunity and expanded access to safe, reliable transportation options to more

Steve Adler

I'm disappointed that the legislature chose to nullify the bedrock principles of self-governance and limited government by imposing regulations on our city over the objection of Austin voters. Our city should be proud of how we filled the gap created when Uber and Lyft left, and now we must hope that they return ready to compete in away that reflects Austin's

Sandeep Dube - Delta

We look at the culture and the value system. We looked at millennials and asked, What kind of partnerships would you like? What brands do you love?feedback

Adam Jonas - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

There have been numerous developments that suggest to us the continued preparation of an assault by large tech firms on the market for shared, autonomous, electric

Arun Sundararajan

Wouldn't you be more inclined to rely on the software and cybersecurity ingenuity of Google, Uber, Didi, Lyft, Amazon, Apple or Tesla (the exception), rather than trusting the digital capabilities of Ford, Toyota, Daimler or BMW?feedback

Julia Steyn - General Motors

We view this is as very complementary to our core business. Our consumers are changing their preferences. They consume transportation as a service, especially in the big metropolitan areas like New York. To get customers excited about the cars that GM produces in an innovative way, this is huge. You seamlessly open your door with a phone and you just get in and go. You can drive for Lyft, you can drive for Uber ... drive for delivery services like Grubhub and

Phoebe Robinson

I feel like I learned how to interview people as well as the comedy elements [through 'Sooo Many White Guys']. My pet peeve is when Uber drivers or Lyft drivers make you sit next to them in the driver's seat. That's my alone time!feedback

Robert Lasnik

The Court is cognizant of the fact that the public is interested in this litigation and its

Lily Fu Claffee

The judge underscored the case's public importance and its potential impact beyond for-hire transportation to other sectors of the economy that rely on independent

Dawn Gearhart

The law does not require (companies) to run an anti-union

Robert Lasnik

The issues raised in this litigation are novel, they are complex, and they reside at the intersection of national policies that have been decades in the making. The public will be well-served by maintaining the status quo while the issues are given careful judicial consideration as to whether the city's well-meaning ordinance can survive the scrutiny our laws

Sarah Soule

Workplace politicking of this kind is highly unusual. Typically, workplace activism is focused on issues internal to the firm. Workers go on strike because they are unhappy with pay or working conditions. They push companies to offer domestic-partner benefits or improve their environmental practices. The goal is to get the company itself to change its practices in some

Doug McAdam

If a large percentage of employees are prepared to take some kind of action in support of their position, senior management could start to feel

Brayden King

The tech industry relies on a special kind of labor that is hard to get. Tech companies emphasize diversity and tolerance because that is what their employees want. If tech employees begin to feel that their company is not living up to these ideals, they may start saying, I'll go to another company where my values are more

Sarah Soule

Publicly committing to quit is an unusual brand of what is called 'insider activism'. Normally, those inside companies who are pushing for change use a more limited repertoire of tactics because they are dependent on their employer for their

Brayden King

It really doesn't matter if a boycott is led by consumers or employees. When it creates unwanted media attention it can be a bad thing. If the public perception around a company changes and becomes negative, that can impact how current and potential employees identify with the

Aaron Martin-Colby - Comcast

I've never done something like this before. I've been reluctant to invest anything emotional into politics because of the gridlock. But Trump has the power to do a great deal of unjust harm. I've realized it's important that I make

Aaron Martin-Colby - Comcast

I could literally get a job tomorrow. Especially if I [were] willing to move

Michelle Miller

For the past few years, most of the campaigns have been in the retail and service sectors among front-line workers like baristas and bank tellers. But since the election, a greater variety of industries are reaching out to us. We could double our staff and put one person just on tech and we still would not be able to meet the

Barrie Segal - MongoDB

There was a lot of confusion and sadness. People were openly weeping in the office. I've never seen that before at work. When Trump was elected, I no longer felt I had a leader in the government. I have to look away from my

Mike Lodick

It was one of my proudest moments working at Lyft. Everyone at Lyft was proud. Even people who used to work for Lyft were proud. I've never had to worry before about the U.S. government being the bad guy. Now I

Doug McAdam

It's often the most advantaged members who are leading the mobilization. The most privileged and least vulnerable members can be more active because they have less to

Kristin Hodgson

We are in an exceptional time. We decided that the ban was stepping on our values and was enough of an affront that we were motivated to speak up. It crossed the line. And we had a platform we could use. We chose not to stay quiet out of fear of what could

Hai Thai

I feel safer to see these folks supporting us. I felt like they were standing up for

Adam Braun

Everything always came back to [Tehillah's] debt. It was just so crushing. I witnessed the personal, the professional, the emotional toll that this was taking on the person I cared most

Adam Braun

We are not right for every single student but there is a large group of young people in this country that college is a really really bad decision for and they need a new

Kirill Evdakov

Unfortunately, we let many people down. We are working even harder the rest of this week to regain their satisfaction and we hope that they will forgive

Sam Grobart - CNN

Setting up a new account with Fasten or RideAustin took all of a minute. I'm as brand loyal to a ride service as I am to a gas station chain – which is to say not at

Shannon Liss-Riordan

The question of whether the drivers are appropriately classified as employees or independent contractors will just have to wait for another

Vince Chhabria

The agreement is not perfect. And the status of Lyft drivers under California law remains uncertain going

Lilja Owsley

I'd rather just take an Uber or Lyft instead of waiting for the L train for 10 or 15 minutes. I want to avoid walking a long distance to the subway

Mike Ableson - General Motors

Cruise, Lyft, Maven are all bringing different parts of this singular solution around autonomous on-demand networks in urban

Mike Ableson - General Motors

If you assume the cost of these autonomous vehicles, the very early ones, will be six figures, there aren't very many retail customers that are willing to go out and spend that kind of money. But even at that sort of cost, with a ride sharing platform, you can build a business. We walked in not wanting so much to talk about the business today, but how do we work together to develop this idea of autonomous, on-demand networks in cities. If you take those three things, no one company has all

Travis Kalanick - Uber

Ever since Uber's founding we've had to work with governments and politicians of all political persuasions across hundreds of cities and dozens of countries. Though we share common ground with many of them, we have had areas of disagreement with each of them. In some cases we've had to stand and fight to make progress, other times we've been able to effect change from within through persuasion and

John Zimmer - Lyft

We created Lyft to be a model for the type of community we want our world to be: diverse, inclusive, and safe. This weekend, Trump closed the country's borders to refugees, immigrants, and even documented residents from around the world based on their country of origin. Banning people of a particular faith or creed, race or identity, sexuality or ethnicity, from entering the U.S. is antithetical to both Lyft's and our nation's core values. We stand firmly against these actions, and will not be silent on issues that threaten the values of our

Bob Neveu

Increasingly, we are seeing the business traveler say, I'll just take an Uber or Lyft. For a lot of business travelers, it comes down to what's easiest on the road. Until last year, many companies were not set up to handle ride-share charges. That's changed, and as a result, more people are taking Uber or Lyft when they are on the

John Zimmer - Lyft

We tripled our business and grew faster in 2016 than 2015. We're growing faster than the competition and that is what we're going to continue to do. In 2017, we're going to keep the pedal down and our focus has been taking care of drivers and passengers, which is leading to a greater preference for

Tony Douglas

Ride-hailing is nothing more than manual autonomous driving… Once you disperse with the driver, you have a license to print money. Someone else spent the money to educate the market and then we came in with a cool product. We will not be the largest, but we can be the

Harald Krueger - BMW

Uber and Lyft do not operate their own fleets of cars. Owning the fleet means you can make offers that Lyft and others are unable to provide. For example providing car sharing for a specific community

Tony Douglas

We had 14,000 people sign up in 4 days, in a market already served by Zipcar, Uber, Lyft and

Klaus Buettner

There is a trained test driver behind the wheel of every

Tony Douglas

Ride hailing is nothing more than manual autonomous driving. Once you dispense with the driver you have a license to print

Adrian Durbin - Lyft

We were pleased to reach an agreement with the Baker Administration that maintains the high safety standards we have always observed while keeping modern transportation options like Lyft available across the

Charlie Baker

The safety and security of the riding public is our top priority, and I am pleased this agreement will set a national standard for the most comprehensive state background checks for TNC drivers in the

Jennifer Haroon - Google

When you can't drive, it can be very isolating, and everyone wants to be able to go out, run their errands, go to the doctor, see their friends, on their terms. And that's what a self-driving car can really

Sheila Bryson - Lyft

Similar to how we work with Hertz and Maven on Express Drive, it's expected that vehicle access programs have multiple

Elon Musk - Tesla Motors

You will also be able to add your car to the Tesla shared fleet just by tapping a button on the Tesla phone app and have it generate income for you while you're at work or on vacation, significantly offsetting and at times potentially exceeding the monthly loan or lease

Elon Musk - Tesla Motors

This dramatically lowers the true cost of ownership to the point where almost anyone could own a Tesla. Since most cars are only in use by their owner for 5 percent to 10 percent of the day, the fundamental economic utility of a true self-driving car is likely to be several times that of a car which is

Talmon Marco

Our drivers refer to Juno as 'we' – 'We at Juno'. When was the last time you heard an Uber driver saying 'We at Uber?feedback

Talmon Marco

As a follower, there are opportunities for us to be far more efficient in terms of how we spend dollars to attract both drivers and riders. Our economics are much better because of

John Zimmer - Lyft

What we are delivering at Lyft is actually that freedom that everyone wants and has wanted when they turned 16, which is the ability to get where they want to go, when they want to go there. And I think that is why with the coming of smartphones and Lyft, you are actually able to deliver that true

John Zimmer - Lyft

Lyft right now is not for sale. We believe that the best way to get to that ultimate vision of creating that alternative to car ownership as an independent

John Zimmer - Lyft

Over the last couple of years as we have been our business, we have been talking to all of the major auto companies. And when we spoke to General Motors at the end of last year, they agreed with our vision in that consumers will move towards more of a Netflix or Spotify model where they buy a subscription for

Dominic Angelo

The money and the action is in San Francisco. Millennials have taken

Dominic Angelo

I'm all about the feels. If it feels good, I'm going to keep doing

Dominic Angelo

I work about five hours and try to earn $30 per hour, which is a good wage for someone my

John Zimmer - Lyft

Most of us have grown up in cities built around the automobile, but imagine for a minute, what our world could look like if we found a way to take most of these cars off the road. It would be a world with less traffic and less

John Zimmer - Lyft

The car has actually become more like a $9,000 ball and chain that gets dragged through our daily

John Zimmer - Lyft

Next time you walk outside, pay really close attention to the space around you. Look at how much land is devoted to cars – and nothing

John Zimmer - Lyft

As a country, we've long celebrated cars as symbols of freedom and identity. But for many people – especially millennials – this doesn't ring

Adrian Durbin - Lyft

Our driver agreement, which we've consistently abided by since entering the New York market in 2014, clearly lays out what commissions and fees apply to driving on the Lyft platform. We do not collect sales tax from

Katie Dally - Lyft

Our passenger base is rapidly growing, especially as more business users and travelers switch to Lyft, so this is an opportunity to continue growing our market share with an additional product

Curtis Lee

It required a little bit more training on our end. We get our highest qualified drivers to provide the services. As of right now, we match our valets with rides that are going toward the location they go to at the end of the

Curtis Lee

We looked at our consumer base and saw that our average customer was using us anywhere from ... two times per week to multiple times a day, every single day. So we really saw an opportunity to extend beyond parking for commuting purposes. How do we help the person who has their car, had some drinks, and can't decide if they want to take an Uber home, which would especially be an issue the next day for the commute?feedback

John Tague - Hertz Global

We consider this agreement to be largely complementary to our rental car

John Tague - Hertz Global

The ride-share business is growing and we think this is one way we can be a part of that

Jonathan Laramy

We follow every rule. That is who we are, and we believe in

Rahm Emanuel

Everything we've done – not just between taxis and ride-sharing, but in the sense of [bike-sharing program] Divvy and investing in public transportation – is to give commuters safe, reliable and comfortable

Anthony Beale

Fingerprinting was the biggest part of contention for a lot of my colleagues. If that study finds that fingerprinting is necessary, then we're going to bring it back to the council to implement mandatory fingerprinting for Uber and

Anthony Beale

I've been notified of at least four companies that said they will provide the same service. If Uber and Lyft choose to leave [in six months time], there's people ready to fill that

Jay Wachtel

The accuracy of a fingerprint check is eons beyond what you could do in a name

Stephen A. Saltzburg

The driver is in a pretty good position to engage in criminal acts. The car is moving, the doors

Dirk Ahlborn

Your Uber, Lyft, Taxi, will pick you up, bring you to the Hyperloop station or the airport, whatever is most convenient. It is one platform cooperating, bringing them all

Dirk Ahlborn

For us, we want to make travel suck less. We don't believe we are the best people who have the best ideas. We have great ideas, but can we solve them all? the thinking behind the

Nayantara Mehta - National Employment Law Project

They've basically been getting what they want in jurisdictions. This could very well make other cities feel like they can maybe pass laws they want to

Brishen Rogers

As the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has emphasized, background checks have limited predictive value and can have a disparate impact on minority

Brishen Rogers

This is about politics. This is about the sort of companies cities want to embrace. And these issues are playing out through the lens of safety. But I don't think safety is the

Chris Nakutis - Uber

Disappointment does not begin to describe how we feel about shutting down operations in Austin. We hope the city council will reconsider their ordinance so we can work together to make the streets of Austin a safer place for

Steve Adler

The people have spoken tonight loud and clear. Uber and Lyft are welcome to stay in Austin, and I invite them to the table regardless. Austin is an innovative and creative city, and we'll need to be at our most creative and innovative

Ann Kitchen

Nobody wants them to leave and we're not asking them to leave. The voters have spoken and they want these requirements and I know that we can do that… I don't know why they would leave. We held the election that they said they

Steve Adler

A 'no' vote is the vote that best puts everyone back to the negotiating table to best promote safety choices in the

Josh Alpert

We were trying to figure out a way to reward Lyft for having better business practices and not violating our laws. Sadly, at the end of the day, it didn't make a

Travis Kalanick - Uber

Drivers value their independence – the freedom to push a button rather than punch a clock, to use Uber and Lyft simultaneously, to drive most of the week or for just a few hours. That said, as Uber has grown – over 450,000 drivers use the app each month here in the U.S. – we haven't always done a good job working with drivers. It's time to

Vince Chhabria

Shouldn't you have estimated what the value would be through the entire class period?feedback

John Zimmer - Lyft

I think one thing that's pretty incredible that's happened here is that we've now made car ownership optional on both sides of the two-sided market. Historically – at Lyft we've talked about this for a long time – we want to make car ownership optional on the passenger side. But if you look now on the driver side with this program, you also don't need to own a vehicle to earn money on the platform and give rides to

Dan Ammann - General Motors

We think our business and personal mobility will change more in the next five years than the last

Dan Ammann - General Motors

Obviously our business today, our core business at General Motors, is strongest outside of the urban centers. We look at this opportunity to really disrupt urban mobility through this strategic alliance with

Dan Ammann - General Motors

Our objective is to reshape the future of mobility. We expect our business and our industry to change more in the next five years than it has in the last

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