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TNCtransportation network company


Uber Technologies Inc. is an American multinational online transportation network company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It develops, markets and operates the Uber mobile app, which allows consumers with smartphones to submit a trip request which is then routed to Uber drivers who use their own cars.[2][3] As of May 2016, the service was available in over 66 countries and 449 cities worldwide.[4][5] Since Uber's launch, several other companies have replicated its business model, a trend that has come to be referred to as "Uberification".


Lyft is a privately held American transportation network company (TNC) based in San Francisco, CA. Launched in June 2012 by Logan Green and John Zimmer, the company's mobile-phone application facilitates peer-to-peer ridesharing by connecting passengers who need a ride with drivers who have a car.[1][2][3] Lyft now operates in over 200 U.S. cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City, and is valued at $5.5 billion.


Gett, previously known as GetTaxi, is an Israeli-based startup that connects customers with taxi drivers. Customers can order a cab either through the company's website, or by using the company's GPS-based smartphone app.[1] The app is compatible with iPhone, BlackBerry and Android platforms. Gett currently operates in more than 50 cities, including New York City, London, Moscow and 13 cities in Israel.

Didi Kuaidi

Didi Chuxing (Chinese: 滴滴出行, pronounced [tɨ́tɨ́ ʈʂʰúɕɪ̌ŋ]; English pronunciation: /ˌdiːdi ˌtʃuːˈʃɪŋ/), formerly Didi Kuaidi (Chinese: 滴滴快的), is a Chinese transportation network company headquartered in Beijing.[1] It provides vehicles and taxis for hire in China via smartphone applications. Formed from the merger of rival firms Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache (backed by the two largest Chinese Internet companies, Tencent and Alibaba respectively), it is valued (as of June 2016) at approximately US$28 billion.