Budweiser, Lyft Team Up to Offer 150,000 Free RidesPeople in 9 states, including Illinois and Missouri, are eligible for the promotion.
Uber and Lyft Creating traffic Problems at LambertIt's a nice convenience to grab an uber at the airport now, but it's not been so smooth adding a new transportation option at Lambert.
City Approves Lyft and Uber for the AirportThe city's fiscal board of estimate and apportionment approves a plan to let ride share services operate at Lambert.
Airport Moves Towards Ridesharing DealLambert is one of the last big airports in the country still clinging to taxicabs in the age or ridesharing, but that's about to change.
Taxis Reduce Driver Fees, Insurance to Compete with AppsCab companies won't have to carry as much insurance, or get their vehicles inspected as often, under new rules that are supposed to help them better compete with services like Uber and Lyft.
Lyft Returns to St. LouisLyft works similarly to Uber -- open the app on your phone, order a ride and one comes to you.
Greitens Ceremonially Signs Bill in Taco Bell Parking LotThe long-fought turf war between taxicabs and ride sharing apps Uber and Lyft all comes down to a pen stroke today from Missouri Governor Greitens.
Statewide Ride-Hailing Legislation Heads to Gov. GreitensGreitens has called the measure a "job creator" -- it easily passed the legislature.
Uber, Lyft Regulations Pass Missouri SenateThe proposal would require the companies to pay a $5,000 licensing fee, conduct driver background checks and vehicle inspections, along with other requirements.
Missouri House Approves Regulations for Uber, LyftThe bill would outline statewide regulations, such as a $5,000 fee, background checks and vehicle inspections.
Regulation Proposal for Ride-Hailing Services Move ForwardA state House committee on Tuesday, voted 12-1 to move forward a proposal to create statewide regulations for app-based companies such as Uber and its competitor - Lyft.
Uber 'Surge Pricing' May Be More Beneficial Than You ThinkKaitlin Daniels, with the Olin Business School at Washington University, co-authored a study showing that surge pricing may actually benefit the consumer - as well as the driver.