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For the second time in three months, a scooter company is pulling out of Atlanta. By Nov. 22, the rideshare company Lyft will end its scooter operations in the city.

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Some Atlanta rideshare drivers decided not to get behind the wheel Wednesday as part of a global protest against Uber ahead of their initial public offering Friday.

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Lyft and the city of Atlanta have announced a partnership to fight food deserts.

As part of a six-month pilot program, the rideshare company will provide transportation to certain grocery stores for 300 families living in food deserts. The program kicks off May 1. 

State Supreme Court To Atlanta Cabbies: Fuggedaboutit!

May 15, 2017
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The state’s highest court says Atlanta taxicab drivers aren’t entitled to compensation for losing their exclusive rights to pick up passengers.

On Monday, the Supreme Court of Georgia sided with a lower court’s decision to dismiss a case brought by five city taxicab drivers.

They argued they had paid lots of money to follow regulations that don’t apply to drivers for ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft.