Analysis of e-receipts from 1M+ consumers shows that the average Uber and Lyft fares in the US were 50% higher in July 2021 compared with January 2020 (Preetika Rana/Wall Street Journal)

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Analysis of e-receipts from 1M+ consumers shows that the average Uber and Lyft fares in the US were 50% higher in July 2021 compared with January 2020 (Preetika Rana/Wall Street Journal)

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Analysis of e-receipts from 1M+ consumers shows that the average Uber and Lyft fares in the US were 50% higher in July 2021 compared with January 2020  —  Data show average fares were at a record in July despite improvement in pandemic-driven shortage of drivers

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