Rob Woodbridge

How long can we go on like this? The answer cannot be we don’t know and forever. There has to be a plan.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran recently gathered a panel of local business leaders to determine how Ottawa is faring amid the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing economic crisis.
The need to increase transportation options within a growing community played a big role in Lyft’s expansion of service to Arnprior
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'Lyfties' Awards are based on ride data collected on the platform, including how many times passengers are picked up and dropped off at various locations
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Since its launch in Ottawa over a year and a half ago, operating as a socially responsible company has been a primary focus of San Francisco-based rideshare company Lyft. 
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“This is an opportunity to leverage a platform like Lyft to be able to start your own business.”
Ride-sharing app Lyft is doubling down on Ottawa with a lease for a community hub, the tech giant’s first such space in Canada
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As it improves transportation accessibility and equity in Ottawa, Lyft recently launched its driver resource centre and support hub on Carling Avenue – the company’s first in Canada.
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As Ottawa welcomes the season of holiday celebrations, Rob Woodbridge, the general manager for Lyft in Ottawa, is urging the community to use Lyft for transportation to and from seasonal
San Francisco-based ride-hailing service Lyft has enlisted a big-name local entrepreneur in its drive to challenge Uber for supremacy in the Ottawa market.