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There’s a new ride-share option in Dallas for those who find Ubers or Lyfts too risky.
The company Alto is offering its own ride-share service, where it has its own fleet of cars and hires its own drivers, rather than letting just about anyone sign up.
Alto, the nation’s newest ridesharing service, has arrived in Plano. The service launched in Dallas in early 2019 and has already crossed more than 4,000 members who took more than 10,000 rides. The elevated, on-demand rides company has expanded its North Texas coverage to include Plano, Coppell, Valley Ranch, Irving, Frisco, Farmers Branch and Addison.
Dallas’ Alto announced that it is expanding its on-demand coverage to include Coppell, Valley Ranch, Irving, Frisco, Plano, Farmers Branch, and Addison.
A ridesharing app, with potential to disrupt Uber and Lyft, has expanded to serve more North Texas submarkets.
Alto, the Dallas-based ride-hailing service, is stretching its coverage to Collin County, the company announced Tuesday.
After launching in early 2019 in Dallas, Alto now offers services in Coppell, Valley Ranch, Irving, Frisco, Plano, Farmers Branch and Addison.
In Italian, the word "alto" means high or elevated.
Dallas entrepreneurs Will Coleman and Alex Halbardier thought it would be the perfect name for their new ride sharing company, which they say is all about high tech, high amenities and high safety.
"We're really trying to elevate the experience for passengers and drivers," said Coleman, CEO of Alto.
Alto is different from other car services because it's exclusive, for members only. Membership requires a monthly fee of $12.95. And customers set the mood by choosing the music, and whether or not they want to make small talk with their driver.
Alto is now offering on-demand rides in the Dallas area, and founding member Alex Halbardier says safety is their top priority.
"We did some research with consumers and found that women are actually half as likely to be active users of ridesharing platforms than men are," Halbardier said. "And the vast majority of those say it’s due to the safety concerns."