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Female, LGBTQ Friendly ride-share HERide expands to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Updated: May 15

Timelapse of cars on a highway driving into downtown Atlanta
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Atlanta’s female and LGBTQ-friendly ride-sharing service, HERide officially partnered with Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Thursday, May 9. The company is making history as the first inclusive transportation option to operate alongside industry giants Uber and Lyft. 


HERide was founded by minority entrepreneurs in 2019 and is dedicated to providing a safe and reliable experience for all passengers with a focus on serving women and LGBTQIA+ individuals. 


“At HERide, we prioritize the development and implementation of cutting-edge technology that leads to a safer ride-sharing experience for all. From advanced driver screening processes to real-time tracking and emergency assistance features, our platform is designed to provide peace of mind to our passengers at every step of their journey,” said Jillian Anderson, Chief Technology Officer at HERide.


This year, the company gained directional signage at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The company’s latest expansion marks a significant milestone for minority-owned businesses in the transportation industry. HERide has established itself as a leader in Atlanta’s ride-sharing community, offering a more personalized and secure transportation experience. 


"We are thrilled to see the tremendous response to HERide since our expansion to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Our commitment to providing a safe, inclusive, and convenient transportation option has resonated with travelers, and we are proud to continue serving our community with excellence,” Chief Communications and Marketing Officer DeVynne Starks said.


Download the HERide mobile app for Apple or Android.

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