Uber completed 62 million trips in July, up 15% from the previous month

Uber is continuing its massive rate of growth.

Fresh of the heels of its deal with Didi Chuxing in China, the ride-hailing giant isn’t slowing down in the U.S.: Uber revealed that it completed 62 million trips in the month of July, up 15% from June, when it completed 54 million.

Overall, the company just completed its two billionth trip in mid-June and the $68 billion company remains the most valuable private tech startup in the world.

The July ridership statistics come immediately after Lyft’s financial data was published late Tuesday. A document intended for investors revealed that Lyft had a record July, completing 13.9 million rides with a 14% increase in trips month-over-month.

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