Peer-to-peer ride companies like Lyft and UberX can expand limited transportation options for the elderly.
Transportation network companies mirror early 20th century jitneys — except this time they'll survive.
St. Paul has welcomed the ride services, while Minneapolis hasn't.
The fight to create a faster, more convenient car-share.
Each service will be limited to 150 drivers at any given time.
They say they're trying to protect riders.
Lyft claims it wants to be more than just a taxi service — it wants to connect people. Is it this generation's version of hitchhiking?
It helps cities cut car ownership, and it might even support a broader transit network.
It's heatin' up out there folks.