New taxi startup taxi san Diego has opened its first ride-hailing service, with a ride-sharing platform.
The company announced Tuesday that it will start accepting reservations for its service, called Taxi San Diego, which it said is the first of its kind in the state.
Uber and Lyft are the other ride-share companies in the San Diego area.
Uber will provide a ride for $1, which can include a $2 tip and an Uber credit card.
The startup says the ride is free for all users.
Taxi San Diego will be available for Uber and Lyft to connect passengers.
The service will also connect people with drivers.
Uber and Uber-like companies will offer their own cars to drivers, with the service charging an additional $2 per mile for drivers.
Drivers can drive to and from locations, while Uber will pay drivers $100 per hour, Taxi San Deego said.