The ride-sharing company Lyft is expanding its Grocery Access Program to provide rides for low-income families for grocery shopping trips to locations across the United States. The program is being expanded in cooperation with local non-profit organizations in each area who will help identify participants in need and support the program. The goal is to reduce the “time, transportation barrier, and financial burden” of grocery shopping. The average ride will cost the shopper an average of $2.50 each way. Lyft is in the process of selecting partners in most of the new locations. Specifically, the program . . .