Lyft sues San Francisco city to block other bike rival companies01:30:00 PM, Sunday 9th of June 2019 | in automobile
Lyft has filed a lawsuit against San Francisco to block the city from granting permits to competitors like Uber to expand bike-share service. It plans to get a temporary restraining order against SF from immediately granting any bike-share permits. Currently, SF has dockless bikes by Jump and docked bikes by Ford GoBike operated by Lyft. The city attorney said that Lyft doesn't get the right to monopoly on bike sharing in SF.