Numerous critics have been coming around for Uber for a long time now: High prices, safety issues, and sexism. As a result, See Jane Go was created, and it’s a new women-only ride-hailing app launched Tuesday in Orange County, California. The app is exclusive to both female passengers and drivers and is part of an effort to stop sexual assault and harassment.
Although some might accuse See Jane Go of being discriminatory, that’s not its the goal. The company CEO, Kimberly Toonen claims “We just want to eliminate uneasiness,”
Also be mindful, men CAN use the app; there are just a few conditions. If they want a See Jane Go driver, they can only ride in the car if a woman hosts them. If they’re riding by themselves, See Jane Go will hail a car from Uber, Lyft, or another service for the same price and wait time.
In the coming year, See Jane Go hopes to launch all over cities in the US, starting with Los Angeles. For Orange County residents, the app is free and now available on iOS and Android.
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