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A mobile payments platform for ride sharing, carpooling, and taxi services.
A way to book a ride-share with a friendly driver to your exact location.
A new way to book a car, with a carpool mode that will help find rides for people who live far from where they want to go.
This company is building technology that combines the best practices of the world’s ride-sharing companies into a single platform.
A tool for helping people find a ride within a certain time frame.
A new kind of payment system that allows taxi owners to compete with Uber and Lyft. Instead of needing to call a dispatcher, riders can hail a cab in real-time and pay directly through the app.
A car rental startup that says it’s “aiming to be the Uber of ride sharing”.
A new app for cheap, reliable rides.
A startup that trains drivers for rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft.
A startup that helps people pay for things, whether it’s a ride or a cup of coffee. The startup charges a fee of $5.95/month to charge and pay for things, and there’s an option to opt in for free.
A GPS-based ride-sharing app that allows users to call a car directly from their phone.
A platform for connecting ridesharing services along with their drivers. The startup is targeting the US market, but has already expanded into Europe.
A tool for professional riders to track their performance, and to make sure they’re on schedule to ride their daily goals.
A startup that wants to help you get to work faster by providing an easy-to-use, low-cost way to book rides through Uber.
Provenance is a food tracking app, that has been billed as a startup that’s trying to get food to the same level of transparency as it has in other industries like banking or ride sharing. It’s a bit like the app Just Eat, but for food.
A mobile app that helps people find nearby parking as they drive for their carpools, ride-hailing, or public transit.
A startup for ride-sharing, carpooling, and the sharing economy in London.
A startup that automatically bookmarks the location of where you’re going for your next Uber ride and updates it each time you call.
Startup that allows users to pay for their Uber rides with their Chase credit card, resulting in credits to their card balance.
A connected car startup focused on providing an on-demand ride service. It’s one of the companies that was part of the Telangana government’s PPP program.
Travel insurance for on-demand ride-sharing
A social find-a-ride app that’s loosely based on Uber, but with a different business model, focusing on peer-to-peer rides that take place in a ride-sharing network.
Idea: A startup that wants to connect people with the services they need. A startup for services, the startup wants to help people find the services they need, like a haircut or a ride.
A web-based tool that makes it easier for employees to find and request rides from the private transportation industry.
Spots on the map that help you find the closest ride to your destination. The startup wants to make it easier for drivers to find the best ride deal by letting them mark where they want to be picked up and dropping off.
Like Uber, this startup gamifies the concept of a taxi ride, with the user playing a dispatcher for a network of taxis. The app helps users find the closest taxis using data from Yelp and OpenTable.
A company that pairs with local taxi drivers to make group rides more affordable.
A ride-sharing platform for carpooling.
A start-up that allows you to pay for your Lyft or Uber ride using the credit you get back from your credit card company’s rewards program.
Initially built to help people get around their cities without buying a car, Carpool is now a decentralized ride-sharing app that acts as a matchmaker for people who want to share their vehicles with a stranger.
An on-demand platform for sharing ride-hailing services.
A ride-hailing company that lets people find a ride based on the route they’re most likely to take.
This company is building a platform for ride-sharing companies to work directly with customers.
A digital “wallet” for rideshare drivers (that’s UberX, Lyft, etc.) to pay expenses like deductibles, gas and maintenance. The digital wallet eventually will allow drivers to take rides anywhere and pay their expenses without having to have cash on hand.
Rental car companies have had a tough go of it lately, thanks to the rise of ride-sharing companies. What if a car could be rented on demand from the owner That’s what WizeRent aims to do.
The startup aims to be a single source of research on all of the different ride-sharing apps from Uber to Lyft.
A startup that provides a service that allows people to coordinate rides to and from events. The company says they have $15,000 in monthly recurring revenue, with a potential to hit $200,000 in revenue in 12 months.
A startup for rideshare drivers.
A simple app that lets you order a car from a ride-sharing company without ever leaving the app.
A startup that offers a mobile app that helps people schedule a ride with a licensed driver through the Uber app.
“We pride ourselves on being one of the few VCs in the Bay Area that can actually speak the language of our portfolio companies, and we are happy to have the opportunity to learn Spanish and Portuguese.”
A startup that makes it possible to buy, sell, and collectively organize ridesharing services, much like Uber or Lyft but for cars
An online platform that helps people find and connect with others with similar interests (i.e. a Google search for people who like to ride bikes in San Francisco).
Ride-sharing for the elderly. The startup is working on a ride-sharing service for seniors, called Seniorly. The company is also in talks with the US Department of Transportation to develop a pilot program for a level of autonomous driving.
A startup that helps small businesses track repairs, maintenance, and replacements rather than having to rely on spreadsheets and stops receiving Ubers and other ride-share services.
It’s an app that recruits drivers and cooks. The startup is looking to build a rideshare business on the back of its app.
A ride-hailing app that combines peer-to-peer carpooling with the convenience of Uber. The startup wants to build a system that lets people get around for less money while reducing traffic and pollution.
Just like Uber, which allows you to summon a car at any time, this startup wants to allow anyone to get a ride at any time. Currently focused on bringing services to the campus.
A mobile app that allows users to find and book a taxi and pay for rides with their credit cards. Currently operating in the UAE.
A local rideshare company with a focus on Latin America.
This startup is building an Uber-like app that it says will be cheaper and more accessible for those who can’t afford a car. It will also have a carpooling component, so you can share a ride to work and your car with others.
The company is building a startup for car-sharing and ride hailing in India. The product is a fleet of tiny electric vehicles that are part of a shared ride service.
A startup that lets people book rideshare services, place trips, and get suggestions from the app. It’s already working with over 5,000 drivers.
Clink is a marketplace app designed to help people find a ride from destination to destination in a more efficient, inexpensive manner.
The “Uber for Taxi” ridesharing service has a million drivers in India. UberGo gives them a way to turn their cars into cabs.
A platform that allows teams to manage their workflows collaboratively. The team is focused on making it useful for ride sharing companies and other companies that work with multiple contractors.
A mobile app that allows users to report and receive ride-hailing pickups in real time, and to track the progress of drivers as they carry out both scheduled and unscheduled pickups.
An iOS app that lets you get a ride with a stranger to get to work, without you having to pay for the ride.
A platform for people to rent their personal vehicles to strangers using a mobile app, similar to a ride-sharing service but for personal vehicles.
A startup that helps people find like-minded people in their area to join them on a shared journey. The site lets you book a ride with others nearby, and lets them know when it’s ready to pick them up.
Gives people in the Los Angeles area a way to share their bike rides in real time.
Combining the ease with which inter-city carpooling apps like UberPool and Lyft Line can be found with a new approach to making the rides more affordable, by adding a personal concierge to the ride to help with navigation, scheduling and other tasks.
A company that wants to build a service that lets you call up an Uber-like app whenever you need a ride anywhere. The service would give you options for the type of car to be used and then would let you track the car’s progress.
A startup that helps you find a ride share for a trip by using a variety of technology to help you choose a car that’s right for you. The startup has raised $3.5 million in two rounds of funding.
Matchmakers for the gig economy. The company is building a platform to help people find and hire gig economy workers for specific gigs, whether it’s a ride share, delivery, or a nanny.
A startup for scheduling Uber and Lyft rides
With this startup, you can get a custom, one-of-a-kind shirt, crewneck sweater, or a onesie with your favorite movie character’s face on it. They want to build a brand for fans of a particular movie or TV show to wear with pride.
A shared vehicle rental service where drivers can split the cost of a ride.
A company that makes it easier to find, book, and pay for limo rides via the web.
“The last mile” of ride-hailing apps is the last mile to a person’s home. The startup wants to build an app that helps people find a driver to take them home.
A startup that wants to take on the role of the concierge, with a live human who can help you book a ride on Uber, book a hotel, or find an event.
A platform that helps pay for and schedule a ride with a driver in minutes. The startup has raised $200,000 and has 2 employees.
A mobile app for people who ride bikes and want to find parking.
A startup that offers a way for people to book rides from their homes to the airport. UberX rides are typically cheaper than cab rides, but even after the startup’s recent troubles, it has a market share of over 30%.
Builds on the Chariot ride-hailing app for major cities in North America. The company says it’s adding more and more supply every day.
A platform to help you find the best transportation for your needs, including flight, train, ride sharing, and car.
A crowdsourced platform for mail-order brides that lets them communicate with potential suitors.
A company that makes an app for ride sharing that gives riders pay-per-mile pricing instead of the traditional per-mile pricing.
A ride-hailing company that uses autonomous vehicles.
"A startup for public transportation from bike-share to ride-share to carpooling."
A “car-sharing” platform where users can find a ride
A ride-sharing service for people with medical needs.
A startup that aims to be the "Uber of dog walks." The company plans to use the same GPS technology that powers Uber rides for a service that will be more convenient for pet owners.
A startup called Ava is the first to offer a solution to the “last mile problem” in ride-sharing. It’s a payment system that allows riders to send money to driver partners via Venmo.
Idea: This is a mobile app that makes it easy to get a ride using your smartphone Riders can also use the app to manage their ride, directly with the driver, without speaking to a dispatcher It’s currently available in the Bay Area, with free rides during the trial period
Idea: A voice-controlled app for music, shopping, and ordering rides
Idea: A way to help people find a ride home after a night out. The startup wants to make it easier for people to get home after a night of drinking.
Idea: A startup that’s trying to make it easier for urbanites to move around their city using a variety of transportation options, from public transit, to ridesharing, to walking.
A platform that allows users to purchase and sell data. For instance, a third-party could use the API to compare the cost of an Uber ride in different cities.
A startup that helps people find services for hiring ride-sharing drivers
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