Rides for women, by women
We're driving change one ride at a time. Now, women and nonbinary drivers in select cities can turn on Women+ Connect to increase their chances of matching with more women and nonbinary riders.
Introducing Women+ Connect
Women+ Connect offers more choice, opportunity, and peace of mind for women and nonbinary riders and drivers.
Why we built Women+ Connect
To create opportunities
Women+ Connect gives women and nonbinary people more control over their driving experience, offering them more choice in how they earn.
To make rideshare better
Diverse communities are stronger, more interesting communities. Making Lyft better for women is one way we’re making Lyft better for everyone.
To connect women
Good vibes. Conversations that turn into friendships. Comfortable silence. A nod that says "I get it." Women+ Connect empowers women and nonbinary riders and drivers.
We’re just getting started
Women+ Connect is available in 55 cities across the US —with more locations coming soon. View our FAQ below to see where it’s available. We’ll let you know when this feature launches in your area.
Built in partnership with
Human Rights Campaign
It's on Us
National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives
National Sheriffs’ Association
“Women+ Connect was built with intentionality to make rideshare better for women and nonbinary riders. When rideshare is better for these folks, it’s better for everyone, and we at HRC stand behind that.”
Jay Brown, Human Rights Campaign
*Real Lyft drivers, compensated for their time.
How does Women+ Connect work?
How much will this increase the likelihood of being matched with a woman rider or driver?
Will women and nonbinary riders have to wait longer to get picked up if there aren’t enough women drivers?
What if my rider/driver isn’t a woman?
Where is this feature available today?
How do I update my gender?
For drivers: How do I turn Women+ Connect on?
For drivers: Is there any limit to how often I can turn it on or off?
What does this mean for men drivers?
Gender FAQ, with answers from the Human Rights Campaign
Is this feature inclusive of transgender people?
Is this feature inclusive of nonbinary people?
What about pronouns?
How will Lyft verify gender or prevent someone from falsely changing their gender?