Demand for Uber, Lyft rises in tandem with vaccination rate
Written by Abraham Galvan on April 6, 2021
As vaccinations continue to roll out, ridesharing demand for Uber and Lyft has quickly increased and returned at high-traffic hotspots like the Miami International Airport.
In February, ride-app ridership at MIA was down 56% year-over-year but increased with a total of 344,110 pickups/drop-offs compared to last year’s 150,690, which is an improvement from ridership being down 61% this past December, according to Greg Chin, the airport’s communications and digital marketing director.
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