The New York City Council has declared war on innovation and consumer choice.
Everyone knows Uber and Lyft have major problems. Drivers are treated more like temps than entrepreneurs. Drivers, both rideshare and taxi, are making less money than ever.
Arcade City has solved those problems in Austin.
We've built in Austin the world's first and only peer-to-peer ridesharing network that is owned and operated by its drivers.
Over the past two years, our flagship Austin network has achieved industry-leading metrics in three areas:
We're coming to New York. And we don't need to ask bureaucrats for permission.
In September we will launch the new version of the Arcade City mobile app, empowering driver-entrepreneurs to organize their own local rideshare networks and connect directly with riders on their own terms.
Join our global community group Arcade City Square for updates and the chance for early access.
Say goodbye to the corporate office.
Arcade City is building a global network of local driver cooperatives called guilds. Guild drivers work together to provide reliable service to their local area.
Will you join a local guild or create your own?