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Ride with Via

Via is reimagining how the world moves. We develop innovative mobility solutions for on-demand and pre-scheduled transit, powered by the world’s most advanced technology.

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Ride with Via Alternatives

The best Ride with Via alternatives based on verified products, votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Uber is a website and mobile app that allows you to get a ride similar to a taxi service from your phone.

  2. Lyft is a mobile app that lets you get rides from pace to place for a fee. If you want to be a Lyft driver, you can go to their website and easily sign up to start driving for them. Read more about Lyft.

  3. Gett that is also known as GetTaxi, is the name of a global ride sharing application that at the moment is offering its car riding services in two hundred cities of the world.

Ride with Via Reviews

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Can ride-pooling service Via catch up to Uber and Lyft by being the friendly alternative?
[Photo: courtesy Via]In 2014, New York City became Via’s first test case. To build the company’s proprietary algorithms, Ramot and his team began running routes between the Upper East Side and Midtown in Manhattan, aiming to capture commuters going to and from work. They quickly learned that shared rides bring a host of...
Uber, Lyft, Gett, Juno, and Via: Which of these 5 NYC taxi alternatives is right for you?
Bottom line: We use Via all the time, as long as we're not in a big rush to get somewhere. Just prepare to add a few extra minutes to your trip thanks to all the pick-ups. But considering it’ll only cost $2.25 more than the subway (and you can avoid waiting in the hot subway stations this summer), we’re kind of hooked. We’re...
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Categories: Transportation, Commuting, Ride Sharing