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A Bloomberg columnist recalculated Uber and Lyft's effect on car rental in Certify’s SpendSmart report on ground transportation. When measuring overall dollars spent — not number of expensed trips — the data tells a different story.

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Ride Hailing Continues to Accelerate for Business Travelers

In the second quarter 2017, ride-hailing service Uber gained 2% to claim 55% of ground transportation overall, according to the Certify SpendSmart Report. Taxi dropped to 8% while car rental saw a two-point decline in business travel transactions.

Ride Hailing Continues to Top Car Rental in Business Travel

According to the Certify SpendSmart Report for Q3 2016, ride hailing (Uber, Lyft) now accounts for 52% of total ground transportation transactions — taxi, car rental, and ride hailing — while car rental accounts for 36%. Ride hailing is up from 46% in Q2.

Uber Tops Car Rental in Business Travel

For the first time, Uber finished ahead of car rental for total national ground transportation for business travelers in fourth quarter 2015, according to Certify’s SpendSmart Report.