Lyft sues SF over bike-share program

Megan Rose Dickey : tech crunch – excerpt

Lyft is suing the city of San Francisco, claiming that the city is violating its 10-year contract with Lyft that would give the company exclusive rights to operate bike-share programs. San Francisco, however, says the contract does not apply to dockless bike-share, but only station-based bike-share.

In its lawsuit, Lyft is seeking a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order to prevent the city from issuing permits to operators for stationless bike-share rentals…(more)

People who oppose this claim may want to avoid using Lyft services by riding your own bike.