In The News
BestRides Announces The Winners in Its Recent Survey-Completion Contest
We wanted to thank everyone who took the time to complete the customer survey we recently distributed to our users – your responses will provide us with invaluable information moving forward as we continually update the app and try to make it as useful as possible.
We said that we would post these winners’ names today (but we are still awaiting the response from one). Here are our other winners:
Bob from Brooklyn
Bob from New York
Bendt from Aurora, IL
Doug from Florida
Thanks again for your help. And remember to check for the latest updates in the coming weeks – we are adding some impressive new features that will make it even easier to use.
Again, Proof of Our Concept – Safety Is a Real Issue When It Comes to Ridesharing
Proof of Our Concept – Keeping People Safe Is a Concern for Everyone
Did you see this episode of “What Would You do” on ABC that ran on Friday, August 30th? It underscores the dangers that can arise in ride-sharing situations.
And the Utah’s public universities are also adopting a program to keep their students safer on campus – exactly what BestRides does.
By Globe Correspondent, July 10, 2019
Governor Charlie Baker Wednesday called for stricter oversight of the ride-hailing industry, proposing to toughen penalties on drivers who stalk customers or falsify accounts, and collecting more data to understand how Uber and Lyft contribute to the region’s traffic congestion…
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, JULY 10, 2019…..Ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft would face a range of new safety and data-collection regulations under legislation outlined Wednesday by Gov. Charlie Baker, measures that the administration believes will better position the state to deal with rapidly increasing use of the services and the resulting roadway congestion…
Russel Pergament might seem as old-school as they come in Boston’s newspaper industry. He cofounded the Tab newspapers, and later sold them to Fidelity Investments. He was also the first publisher at the Boston Metro, the free daily, and then launched its relatively short-lived rival, BostonNow…