Several apps hope to replace Uber and Lyft in Minneapolis 

(Minneapolis, MN)  —  A handful of ride-sharing apps are hoping to replace Uber in Lyft in Minneapolis.  

Both ride-sharing giants are leaving the city after council members approved an ordinance demanding higher pay for drivers.  

Now, Wridz, Joiryde, HICH, MOOV, MyWheels, and Ride Co-op have their eyes on the City of Lakes.  

However, only two companies have applied for licenses to operate there. 

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