- Lyft is rolling out a 911-button inside its app nationwide, the company said Tuesday.
- The ride-hailing company also announced a new violence-prevention training program for all drivers and a new safety check feature.
- Last week, 14 victims filed a lawsuit against Lyft, alleging the company didn’t do enough to address a “sexual predator crisis” within its ranks of drivers.
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Lyft on Tuesday announced three new safety initiatives following a string of scary incidents and a lawsuit from victims last week.
Beginning this fall, all drivers on the app — both new hires and read more >>>