Happy Friday from Quick Shift, your one-stop shop for daily mobility headlines. Check out the top news below -- Shiraz Ahmed
Uber dodges a class-action lawsuit: A Lyft driver who sued Uber over its software program "Hell," which tracked contractors who also drove for competitor Lyft, saw his suit mostly dismissed. The driver argued the program reduced his income, but he failed to convince the judge it violated the relevant laws he cited.
Inside Elon's fan club: Buzzfeed News spoke to some of the Tesla CEO's supporters who donated to buy him a new couch to sleep on in the factory. Said one fan: "If there's a chance to make that guy smile... It's worth it."
- Lyft wants to become carbon neutral.
- "I move the blue dot": How Uber is trying to fix GPS.
- A new report shows how Silicon Valley has gone global.
- New York may have missed out on congestion pricing, but at least Central Park will be car-free.
- This Korean telecom wants to build a self-driving car navigation system on its existing 5G network.