It took less than a year for the transportation world to be forced to reinvent. Here's a look at what has happened in the industry since COVID-19 hit.
Use of ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft has dramatically slumped.
The two were already struggling to stay afloat before the pandemic, then took massive hits to their operations this year as people shied away from rides in confined, shared spaces.
The only reprieve for Uber has been its food-delivery business. The company said delivery revenue skyrocketed 103 percent in the second quarter. Lyft does not yet have a widespread food delivery business to offset its decline in trips.