Lyft reported a narrower second-quarter loss, compared to a year-ago.
The ride-hailing company’s quarterly net loss narrowed to -76 cents a share from -$1.41 a share in the year-earlier quarter.
Revenue more than doubled from the year-ago period to reach $765 million in the quarter. As of June-end, Lyft had 17.1 million active riders, vs. 8.7 million a year earlier.
Last month, Lyft announced a collaboration with Argo AI and Ford to launch at least 1,000 self-driving vehicles in various US cities over the next five years, beginning with Miami and Austin. Later this year, the first Ford self-driving vehicles with Argo’s self-driving vehicle technology will be available on Lyft’s app in Miami.