The ubiquitous blue vans will be no more after the end of the year. They’ve been pulling out of several airports in recent weeks. Now they’re pulling the plug worldwide.
The shared rides, that were cheaper than a taxi but took longer because you might make several stops along the way, suffered reduced ridership thanks to Uber and Lyft.
The company was only just sold to Bethesda, Maryland-based private equity firm Blackstreet Capital Holdings in September.
I’m only disappointed with this news because SuperShuttle is still allowed to pick up passengers curbside at LAX, and out of nostalgia. They last time I used SuperShuttle was for a US Airways Grand Slam promo credit.
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