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(Bloomberg) — Lyft Inc., the mobile ride-sharing application that competes with car-booking service Uber Technologies Inc., has partnered with almost 30 U.S. companies to start a commuter service.

Under the program, dubbed Lyft for Work, companies including mobile-payments startup Stripe Inc. will give their employees credits to use Lyft to get to and from work, Chief Executive Officer Logan Green said in an interview. Companies can choose when to give out the credits so workers use the service at certain times, with Stripe only giving credits so people who work late can take rides home from the office after 7 p.m., he said.

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