The news comes amid a host of new product announcements from the company
Andrew J. Hawkinsfrom Brooklyn / 92 posts
I'm a transportation reporter at ThinkAuthority, I covers ride-sharing services like Uber, infrastructure, autonomous vehicles, electric bikes, and the physical act of moving through space and time.
But the city says the company isn’t licensed to operate
Lyft is the latest company to abandon the expensive development of AVs
Luminar will work with the world’s biggest aerospace firm to make flying safer
And achieve carbon neutrality by 2050