This Week in Rideshare: Electric Cars, Broken Bikes and California Court.

Lyft goes electric, Uber dumps bikes, and California revisits rideshare. LegalRideshare breaks it down.

MONDAY 6/22/20

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Lyft made a bold statement on Monday, declaring they will go all electric by 2030. The Verge explains:

TUESDAY 6/23/20

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From Bikes to Trash. VICE News dives into the story that turned Uber’s bike program into literal garbage.

WEDNESDAY 6/24/20

While the pandemic first created a shortage of riders, it’s now creating a gap in drivers. WWMT reported on the story:

THURSDAY 6/25/20

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The Uber driver employee battle continues in California, as a new court order presses on the rideshare giant to change. Dara Kerr’s CNET reported:

FRIDAY 6/26/20

Lyft takes a hit after it reached a settlement on disabled passengers. Verge Science explains:

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