Lyft passed $1 billion in revenue in 2017 — and it’s growing faster than Uber.
Uber, of course, is still much larger than Lyft — it generated a reported $7.5 billion in revenue last year and operates in many more cities and countries. But despite Uber’s head start, it has not been able to destroy Lyft, which has capitalized somewhat on Uber’s missteps and unsavory reputation.
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