Meet drivers who have hopped aboard the rideshare trains Lyft and UberX.
This is the part in Cruising Along where I talk to city officials about the current mode of transportation I’m wrapping up on ... but this time, it didn't go quite as planned.
I love the HOV. Yes, those lanes on the freeway that are only reserved for vehicles with two (sometimes three) or more passengers secretly make me feel like a rock star. Whenever there are people in my car, it’s like getting the VIP pass to the front of the line, bypassing everyone else.
Photo via Flickr/Max Kiesler Cruising Along is an ongoing weekly blog series by Bianca Sewake examining Hawai‘i’s alternative modes of...
When I received the email updates that Lyft and Uber were arriving in Honolulu, however, I wondered, was it really necessary? Would people use it?
“I've been carpooling with my sister for four years now,” said Kaya. Depending on his sister’s work schedule, Kaya and his sister wake up around 5:30 or 6:30 a.m. each morning to make the commute to town.
As I began to familiarize myself with the bus system and hear feedback from passengers and general comments or perceptions people have about the bus, I decided it was time to turn to an official.