SXSW showed us the future of ride sharing, and it’s not Uber


Where is Uber? Lyft? What the fuck is RideAustin? These are just a few of the questions you find yourself asking when stepping off a plane in Austin, Texas. Austin is one of a handful of places in the US that have banned both Uber and Lyft from doing business within the city. I won’t get into the reasons, it’s been done before, but essentially a disagreement in how both operated led the city to fund its own ride-sharing service, RideAustin. RideAustin is but one of a handful of local ride-sharing apps, but Austinites tell me it’s the most popular. Drivers…

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