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Lyft reveals surprising results from its ’Ditch Your Car Challenge’

For 30 days in October and November, 2,000 people across 35 North American cities vowed to get around without driving their own vehicle — with a little help from ride-hailing app Lyft.

The Ditch Your Car Challenge offered personal driving alternatives, paid for by Lyft. More than 130,000 offered to participate in the challenge. In the end, only 1.5 percent of those were chosen to receive these credits for a month of commuting:

  • $300 Lyft Shared ride credit or Lyft all-access plan (if Shared rides weren’t available in your city)

  • $45 bike-share credit

  • $100 Zipcar car-sharing credit

  • $105 public transit monthly pass Read more…

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