By now, you probably know that Uber is planning to raise $1 billion to build an all-electric vehicle (EV) fleet, a first for a major car company.
But what are the other ride-sharing services that could be next on the agenda?
Here are 10 ridesharing services that will likely be popping up around the world in the coming years.
Lyft The Lyft network of autonomous cars has been around since 2010.
But the company has been trying to reinvent itself since then, releasing a variety of new services over the years.
The company launched a self-driving car service called Uber for Business in 2017, and has been testing autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh and Dallas since 2018.
Lyft has since added an electric version of its popular app, Uber For Work, in addition to self-parking, and is also in talks with Google to launch a ride-to-work app.
Lyft is looking to expand its self-drive network by adding more autonomous vehicles over the next year.
Lyft will launch the first fully autonomous vehicle in San Francisco, and in 2021 will add fully autonomous vehicles to the city’s subway system.
Lyft plans to launch the fully autonomous Lyft for Work in 2021 and have 100,000 fully autonomous cars on the streets of San Francisco by 2021.
Lyft also plans to add autonomous vehicles on the New York City subway system in 2021.
A similar plan is underway in Washington DC, where the city plans to begin testing self-driven buses in 2021, and New York has begun testing self drive buses in 2018.
Uber Lyft is not only a ride sharing service, but also a ridesharer company.
The startup launched its self driving car service in 2014, and plans to expand to 100,,000 self-drivers by 2021, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Uber has a reputation for being an aggressive startup, and Lyft is hoping to capitalize on that reputation by getting into the autonomous vehicle business.
Lyft recently hired former Google and Lyft executive John Krafcik to help develop a self drive driver service, and will soon begin testing its new driverless cars in Pittsburgh.
Lyft’s self-Driving Car Service Uber recently hired John Kraffcik as a driverless car pilot.
Lyft said in a statement that Kraffcjik will be joining the company in order to “build a new generation of self-truckers.”
The Uber company has a history of launching autonomous vehicles, but Lyft is trying to shake up its autonomous vehicle strategy by getting a head start.
Uber started with a small fleet of self drive cars, and now it is planning on expanding to 100 million self-drives by 2021 as part of its driverless vehicle plan.
Lyft hopes to make self drive car service a viable option for the company by 2021 in order for it to have a larger fleet of fully autonomous, autonomous cars.
Uber currently has a fleet of around 10,000 vehicles, and Kraffski will join the company to help shape the company’s driverless fleet.
Lyft may have its sights set on Uber’s self drive service, or it could decide to invest in Lyft’s driver service itself.
Uber could try to compete with Lyft’s autonomous vehicles by getting involved with Lyft for Business, a competitor of Uber that will provide Lyft drivers with self-paced driver training.
Uber for Work is an entirely new ride sharing business, but Uber has been investing in self-help and self-service businesses.
Uber’s goal with Lyft For Work is to create a company that will offer a wide variety of self service and self help products.
Uber is looking for a partner to help the company create its self help platform.
Uber hired Mark Zuckerberg’s former advisor David Lee, and he will also be joining Lyft’s board.
Lyft does not have a self help product in place, but it could use the help of Uber’s driver training program to help build its self drive fleet.
Uber says that it will offer the self-guided driving training to its drivers through a network of local Uber cars, which will provide drivers with the necessary training to become self-employed drivers.
Uber will also have its own self-governing board, which Uber will be able to appoint and control.
Uber For Business will have Uber drivers working alongside Lyft drivers to offer self-management training and self drive services.
Uber hopes to use Lyft’s pilot program in Pittsburgh to test self-driver training services.
Lyft could also use the pilot program to get involved with Uber for Public Transport, an electric car company that has been working to develop electric cars for people.
Uber said in an update that the Uber for public transport program will be testing self driverless vehicles in 2020.
Lyft Lyft also announced that it has begun selling self-owned self drive vehicles in the U.S. Uber also has a program called Uber Self-Drivers in Europe that offers electric vehicles that are operated by Uber employees.
Uber recently launched a pilot program that allows Uber employees to use self