The fight between Apple and Google is old news; the latest tech battle in San Francisco is between Lyft and Uber. And, just as it is with the communications giants, so it is with the transportation rivals: their war has spread to dozens of other cities.
Lyft and Uber are competing with taxis, buses and trains to provide transportation in America’s urban centers. They’re also competing—with increasing intensity—with each other. That’s according to Douglas MacMillan of the Wall Street Journal.