St. Louis Public Radio
Taxi! How do you get a ride around town?
Carmel, a New York-based car and limousine service, is the first company to receive a new category of liscense from St. Louis' Metropolitan Taxicab Commission. Now comes Lyft, a peer-to-peer ride-shar service that is under a temporary restraining order that prohibits Lyft from doing business in St. Louis.
St. Louis Public Radio staffers want to talk with people who have used Lyft and learn about their experiences.
If you've ever used such car services, either here or elsewhere, or if you are interested in seeing how they can help you get around in St. Louis, please respond to the questions below.
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