Lyft Launches on Maui Today

March 23, 2017, 10:01 AM HST · Updated March 23, 12:01 PM

Lyft will launch for the first time on Maui beginning at noon today, the rideshare company announced on Wednesday.

The rideshare company Lyft will launch on Maui for the first time ever at noon today. Photo Courtesy

Lyft is one of the nations fastest growing rideshare company’s in the US and has been operating on Oʻahu since 2014.

The Maui launch is part of the company’s nationwide expansion to 25 new markets which also include the Big Island and Kauaʻi.

In the past three months, Lyft has launched in more than 100 new cities and is now available in over 300 markets nationwide and continues to distinguish itself through its positive in-car experience, for both passengers and drivers.


To celebrate the company’s arrival to Maui, new passengers can use special code LYFTLOVE17 to receive $5 off their first ride.

Lyft has more than 700,000 drivers that make their own schedules and earn either a primary or supplemental income driving for the company. As the only rideshare company that allows tips, drivers across the country have received more than $200 million in tips.

How Lyft Works:

1) Request: Whether you’re riding solo or with friends, you’ve got options. Just tap request and a driver is there.
2) Ride: After just a few taps in the Lyft app, a carefully-screened driver will be on the way to you – just set your pickup point.
3) Pay: When the ride ends, just pay and rate your driver through your phone.

The other 22 markets that Lyft is expanding to include:

Florida Keys, FL
Abilene, TX
College Station, TX
Laredo, TX
Lubbock, TX
Midland, TX
San Angelo, TX
Tyler, TX
Victoria, TX
Biloxi, MS
Gulfport, MS
Hattiesburg, MS
Jackson, MS
Auburn, AL
Huntsville, AL
Mobile, AL
Montgomery, AL
Tuscaloosa, AL
Lake Charles, LA
Longview, WA
Wenatchee, WA
Cheyenne, WY



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