A year after growth that prompted Lyft to stand up an office in Baltimore city, the ridesharing companycontinued to expand its presence on the streets of the city in 2017.
The ridesharing company “more than doubled” the number of rides it provided during the year. (The company won’t release exact figures).
While it wasn’t quite the 8x growth that Baltimore Market Manager Mike Heslin reported in 2016, it shows the company continues to build market share as it races to outmaneuver competitors like Uber. A $500 million boost added to the company’s latest funding round on Tuesday should also help.
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