Lyft returns to Houston, gets some of the geography incorrect

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Updated 5:49 pm, Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Lyft has returned to Houston. 

One look at the ride-hailing company’s layout of the Bayou City though may make people ask their drivers if they know where they’re heading before accepting a ride.

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According to a Lyft press release, Galveston and Katy are within city limits. From what we can gather, Lyft has meshed two maps together, one of east Texas over a street map of Houston. Either way, it has people questioning if they’ll get to where they need to go if this is the map Lyft is using for all its drivers. 


Lyft returned to Houston after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday signed a law that bans the finger printing requirement for ride-sharing companies. 

Here’s to welcoming Lyft back to the city and hoping they get this whole geography thing down soon. 


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