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Lyft Reports More than 4,000 Instances of Sexual Assaults

According to CNBC, Lyft received reports of more than 4,000 instances of sexual assault on its ride-hailing platform between 2017 and 2019, it said, detailing the data in a safety report it had promised to publish about two years ago. The company report showed sexual assault reports on its platform had increased from around 1,100…
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3 Reasons to Use a Travel Agent to Plan You Next Trip

With all of the do-it-yourself resources available online, it’s easy to imagine travel agents have become a thing of the past. But if you’ve ever tried navigating those travel websites, you know it can be overwhelming. Especially now – when dealing with the complications of travel restrictions and testing requirements is even harder than deciding…
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Many Venues Require Proof of Vaccination

Weddings have resumed in 2021, especially with the COVID vaccine’s distribution to the general public. But, with breakthrough cases and higher contagion levels of the Delta variant, couples are facing ever-evolving rules like mask mandates.  In various regions, proof of vaccines are now required for entry. Cities like New York, now require proof of vaccination…
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What’s the Safest Way to Travel Right Now?

Now that fall is officially here, the holiday season is right around the corner! Despite the ongoing pandemic, many people are likely to travel using methods of transportation that will put them in contact with others. Not everyone has a choice when it comes to getting to and from their holiday destination. For those who…
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Should I book fall travel right now?

According to Condé Nast Traveler, it depends on your health status and the epidemiological situation where you’re going. Those with underlying conditions should reconsider traveling abroad even if they are vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  The CDC now offers country-specific travel guidance that ranges from a Level 4 (COVID-19 Very High)…
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Fall Festivals are a Fun Way to Celebrate the Season

Sad to see the summer come to an end? Why not keep the fun going by making plans to enjoy a fall festival! The Northeast is home to an array of autumn-inspired events! Enjoy everything from balloon and apple festivals to spooky jack o’ lantern displays. Here are just a few of the fabulous options…
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Uber and Lyft Rates Surge

Now that you’ve had your vaccines and are ready to get back out there, the getting part is getting harder. A recent analysis by the research firm Rakuten Intelligence found that the cost of a ride was 37 percent higher in March than it was a year ago. In April, the cost was up 40…
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Business Travel is Making a Comeback

The entire U.S. travel industry has been impacted by the pandemic, but no sector has been hit harder than business travel. As companies have been forced to adapt by hosting virtual meetings and conferences, business travel has dropped to about 50% of pre-pandemic levels, according to Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta. Companies are Ready to Get…
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San Francisco law firm is investigating hundreds of sexual harassment and assault cases against Uber

  According to, a San Francisco law firm has filed 85 separate cases against Uber alleging offenses as severe as rape. The firm still has 238 cases it is investigating. Levin Simes Abrams began filing the cases against the rideshare app in May. The alleged offenses range from sexual harassment and stalking to sexual…
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