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As 2015 comes to an end, looking back, this was a big year for ride-sharing apps Uber and Lyft. Both of these have become more widespread, and more airports have allowed them to pick-up a the airport. Lyft has compiled their data from this year and announced their very own Lyftie Awards, which are the most dropped locations for passengers using Lyft.
I thought I’d take a moment to highlight a few, though you can take a look at them all here.
Most Visited Restaurant: Tacolicious
Most Visited Bar: The Abbey
Most Visited Coffee Chain: Starbucks
Most Visited Business School: Harvard
#1 Drop Off Category: Transit Stops
Lyft has also broken down the awards by cities, for instance you can view the most dropped off places in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Miami as well as many more on their site.
I think think this is pretty cool how Lyft has compiled this information and shared it with their users. It would be interesting to compare to Uber and see if their most dropped-off locations are the same.
What was your most dropped off location last year using Lyft or Uber this year?
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