The Lyft spokesperson said they’re focusing on markets that have the biggest impact. The spokesperson also confirmed the company is eliminating services in five other cities, including Dallas, San Antonio and Nashville.
Twenty employees are expected to be laid off as a result of the decision.
Lyft is the latest micromobility company to leave Atlanta. Uber's electric bikes, JUMP e-bikes, left the city in September.
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August 25, 2019 - Atlanta, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution talks with e-scooter riders in Atlanta. The scooter riders were asked their opinions on the recent laws and deaths that have involved the scooters. (Tyson Horne / Tyson.firstname.lastname@example.org )