July, 2016 | See Jane Go


Uber … for women? Start-ups hope to match female passengers with female drivers

Original Article: LA Times http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-ride-hailing-women-snap-story.html Kimberly Toonen is CEO of See Jane Go, a ride-hailing service for women. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times) Tracey Lien Ginny Young sat with eight women, all of them senior citizens, this spring while a focus group leader lobbed questions at them. “Who has used Uber or Lyft before?” Young raised her […] Read more


See Jane Go Women Ride Share App

By Kathy Vara and Mark James, NBC Los Angeles Kathy Vara Discusses See Jane Go Ride Hail for Women

Top 40 Commuting Ideas in July – #16 Female Ride Hailing

Original Article: http://www.trendhunter.com/slideshow/july-2016-commuting By: Rahul Kalvapalle – Jun 28, 2016 References: seejanego.co & laist See Jane Go is a new ride-hailing platform and app, set to be launched towards the end of the year, that is designed to make it easier than ever for female ride-seekers to get rides from female drivers. The essence of the service […] Read more

Jul, 11, 2016



Ride Hailing Service For Women, By Women

July 1st, 2016 by Steve Hanley GAS2 A new ride hailing service near Los Angeles caters exclusively to women. Billed as an alternative to Uber and Lyft, it is Called See Jane Go. It is owned by women. All its drivers are women. And it only transports woman passengers. Children are welcome, but men are not allowed […] Read more

Jul, 01, 2016



KFI 640 Radio Los Angeles: Interview with Dr. Wendy Walsh & See Jane Go CEO Kimberly Toonen

“If there is one fear that men fear about women it is that a woman will laugh at them. But the biggest fear that women have about men is that a man will kill them.” – Dr. Wendy Walsh, KFI Radio on why an all-female ride-hail program makes sense.

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