Uber and Lyft drivers working late at night and into the early hours of the morning are as familiar with this problem as anyone else in DC: when you need to go, it depends on who and what you know.
Drivers and riders are now able to report claims of sexual misconduct to Uber if they are victimized while using the rideshare service. The company said that it’s collecting complaints on incidents ranging from harassment to sexual assault. Uber representatives
There will be an uptick in dockless electric scooters on the roads of DC next year. The District Department of Transportation is permitting companies to start off 2019 with 600 scooters on the road, up from 400 presently. Agency officials
A company linking customers with lawnmowing services through an app has opened in Washington, D.C. The San Diego-based Lawn Love uses satellite images to estimate a quote in minutes for customers and their local lawn care providers. The firm claims