A ride-sharing service called Harbor Freight Tacoma is available to drivers and passengers in San Francisco.
The service is owned by Bay Area transportation company Bay Area Rapid Transit, and it’s one of several companies offering ride-hailing services.
The company’s website says it’s the first ride-share service in the United States to have a licensed driver, and that the service is not for profit.
The website says riders can hail a car for free with a credit card or PayPal, and the cost of a ride is just $1 per trip.
A Bay Area Transit spokesperson confirmed that Harbor Freights Tacoma has a licensed rider.
In addition, Bay Area Rideshare says its rideshare service has a driver and a registered owner.
Both Bay Area and Harbor Freighters Tacoma have offices in San Jose.
The Bay Area Ride-Hailing Company has a lot of competition.
The ride-hare services from Uber and Lyft have been around for a while, but they’re not the only ride-service options out there.
Other companies are competing to become the go-to ride-sharing service for people who don’t want to wait in traffic.
Bay Area’s Uber is getting a lot more attention.
The San Jose company is planning to roll out its own ride-car service in 2019.
Uber recently rolled out a carpool service called UberPool.
Lyft is planning a similar service.
Both Lyft and Uber have had some trouble in recent years.
Uber has also had to adjust its business model after the company was fined $5 million by the state of California.
But Bay Area rideshare services are doing much better than they were a few years ago.
Bay area drivers are also seeing a spike in ridership.
Ridership from Bay Area Lyft has grown steadily since the start of the year.
The number of trips taken by Lyft drivers in San Diego and San Francisco increased by 17 percent in the first nine months of 2019, according to the company’s monthly data.
The growth in riders helped Bay Area ridership jump by 1.6 percent in January.
That was followed by a 1.5 percent gain in February.
Bay County has been experiencing an uptick in ride-demand.
That’s partly because drivers are looking for more ways to make money and is driving up their wages, said Jeff Smith, CEO of Bay AreaRideshare.
He added that Bay Area drivers are being able to afford their trips more.
Smith said he believes the rideshare industry has the potential to grow to about $1 billion in 2020.
“We’re just seeing that the Bay Area ride-services are getting a little bit more attention than other parts of the country, and we’re seeing a lot fewer of those companies being sued over the years,” he said.