There’s been a lot of buzz lately among drivers over a new ridesharing company in New York City (NYC) called Juno. If you haven’t heard of them, they are the new self-proclaimed “driver friendly alternative” to Uber, and they’re not shy about that fact either.
We’ve known about Juno since January of 2016, but despite still being in beta, they’ve recently completed 1 million trips in NYC and opened up pre-registration to drivers all across the country. It appears as though they’re getting ready to do some big things.
But how big can Juno get, and should Uber be worried about them?