DoorDash has expanded to new markets, marking a milestone: It is now serving all 50 states in the U.S., according to a company announcement January 16. Already one of the most proliferous third-party food delivery companies in the country, DoorDash expanded to Alaska, Montana and South Dakota. On the heels of announcing a self-driving vehicle test in San Francisco in early 2019 with automation company Cruise, DoorDash appears keen on rapid growth.
Cities in North Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming will also see DoorDash expand its reach. San Francisco-based DoorDash is delivering in Anchorage, Alaska, Fargo, N.D., Sioux Falls, S.D., Cheyenne, Wyo., and Huntington and Morgantown in West Virginia. Additionally, DoorDash will now service Billings, Bozeman and Missoula in Montana.
Delivery in all 50 states on eve of self-driving food delivery test
“In the past year alone we’ve more than quintupled our geographic footprint from 600 to 3,300 cities across North America, democratizing access to door-to-door delivery for hundreds of millions of Americans across the nation,” said Tony Xu, DoorDash CEO, in a statement.
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DoorDash is primarily known for its restaurant food delivery. The 2019 delivery test with Cruise will also provide a channel for DoorDash to explore grocery delivery.
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