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Uber is still crushing Lyft in every major US city — but Lyft is slowly making progress

Uber is still king in every major US city — but Lyft is slowly carving out a small slice of the ride-hailing market. That's according to a new report from 7Park Data, which measured ride-hailing companies' market share and growth nationwide, as well as passenger behavior. The results showed that Lyft isn't close to catching up to Uber just yet. The city with the tightest competition is Denver, where Uber has 62% of the market share and Lyft has 38%.
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