, lyft's biggest rival. ,oining us is gabe klein commissioner of transportation in the sea -- d.c. gabe, you are a lyft investor. what does this mean from an investor's perspective? gabe: it is a wonderful day, and it is total validation. when you have a mission-driven approach, you are ethical, you work with cities, this is what happens. i remember being on here a couple years ago when uber announced they were building their own self driving cars, and it was this bombshell -- you are asking me, what do you think? butt not the end for lyft, something insurmountable? i think they should focus. on customerusing service, quality relationship with their drivers, and growing the u.s. market. they've done a fantastic job. they have executed, fired on all cylinders, and this is the reward. they cover 95% of the country. , the: that said, lyft valuation is 1/7 of what uber's is. we are still looking for concrete data on how much lyft has advanced in this period when uber has struggled. do you have information on that? gabe: 500 million rights, almost double their footprint just this past year.
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