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Lyft's ridesharing service reaches 24 new cities in a single day

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Lyft isn't about to be outdone by its rapidly growing ridesharing competition. The on-demand transportation outfit has just launched service in 24 new US cities, all in one day -- enough to give it more American coverage than its rivals, at 60 cities in total. The expansion mostly covers notable mid-sized urban areas like Jacksonville, Kansas City and Memphis; you can check out the full list below to see if you're covered. The rollout will still leave many Americans hailing taxis, but it's good news for those who want multiple ridesharing choices when they venture beyond the largest population hubs.

  • Albuquerque
  • Ann Arbor
  • Buffalo
  • Colorado Springs
  • Corpus Christi
  • Fairfield County & New Haven
  • Fresno
  • Jacksonville
  • Kansas City
  • Lexington
  • Lincoln
  • Louisville
  • Memphis
  • Modesto
  • North Jersey
  • Oklahoma City
  • Omaha
  • Raleigh-Durham
  • Rochester
  • San Bernardino
  • Spokane
  • Toledo
  • Tulsa
  • Virginia Beach

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