[Press Release] DiDi’s Global Daily Trips Exceed 50 Million

DiDi’s Global Daily Trips Exceed 50 Million

 

(August 26, 2020, Beijing) Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”), the world’s leading mobile transportation and convenience platform, announced that its global daily trips reached a record high of more than 50 million on August 25, 2020, the Chinese Valentine’s Day. The one day record number included trips from DiDi’s ride-hailing, taxi-hailing, Hitch (P2P commuter ridesharing), bikesharing and designated driving services.

 

In April 2020, DiDi announced its “0188” 3-year strategy. Namely, by 2022:
-To maintain its ongoing initiative to strive for a future without major safety and security incidents;
-To complete 100 million daily trips globally;
-To achieve an 8% penetration rate in China’s total mobility market; and
-To serve 800 million monthly active users globally.

 

DiDi has taken active measures to support economic recovery across its home and overseas markets. As of June 2020, its China business had recovered to pre-COVID levels in 2019.

 

DiDi now operates mobility, food and delivery services in Australia, Japan, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia and Panama. It delivered a yearly total of over 1 billion trips in its international markets outside China in 2019.

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