Lyft feature lets you choose from popular destinations of other riders nearby

The ride-sharing company has partnered with organizations like Goodwill, Dream Corps, and Year Up to get low-income individuals, the formerly incarcerated, and immigrants to job interviews and new employment. Lengthy and costly commutes have long been a scourge for low-income workers. In Ohio, for instance, affordable housing is largely located far from jobs that pay living wages, and Cincinnati residents have to commute at least an hour to reach 90% of workplace locations. Meanwhile, a 2015 study connected longer commutes to smaller chances of upward mobility for low-income families.Read Full Story

Lyft feature lets you choose from popular destinations of other riders nearby

Lyft will help you plan your next night out with its new feature, called 'Trending Destinations', which shows popular drop-off spots from other riders nearby like bars restaurants and street ...

Fri 18 Oct 19 from Daily Mail

Lyft is offering free rides to work or an interview for people in the 'employment pipeline'

The program will cover rides to and from job training programs, interviews, and for the first three weeks of employment until a new worker receives their first paycheck.

Thu 17 Oct 19 from Daily Mail

Lyft will give people free and discounted rides to job interviews

Lyft has announced a plan to help people "making their way through the employment pipeline" get to and from job interviews, professional training programs and new places of ...

Thu 17 Oct 19 from Engadget

Lyft is helping nonprofits get low-income workers to their job interviews and first weeks of their new jobs

The ride-sharing company has partnered with organizations like Goodwill, Dream Corps, and Year Up to get low-income individuals, the formerly incarcerated, and immigrants to job interviews and ...

Thu 17 Oct 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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