The taxi and ride-sharing services Uber and Airbnb are gaining a lot of attention this month.
In fact, it looks like they may be gaining a fair bit of popularity as well.
That’s according to a new study by research firm iSuppli, which finds that the ride-hailing giants are gaining as much as 50% of the ride share in the U.S. over the past year.
It’s unclear exactly how many people are using the platforms, but according to iSupplica’s report, more than 80% of taxi trips are now booked on a platform.
It also noted that Uber is getting more popular in New York City, as the app is becoming more popular there as well as more popular elsewhere.
iSupply reports that Uber and Lyft, both of which have been around for a while, saw an additional 300 million rides in 2017, with Lyft taking the biggest chunk at 9.4% and Uber at 6.7%.
Airbnb and Uber’s share of the market is relatively small.
The two companies are currently the most popular platforms in the United States, with nearly 80% and 6% of ride share each, respectively.
Uber, which was founded in 2009, saw a surge in popularity in 2017 as the service has become more popular.
It reported $8.2 billion in revenue in 2017 and the company now has more than 5 million drivers across the United States.