Southern Motor Transport CEO: ‘We want to go to the next level’

The head of Southern Motor Transportation says he wants to go even further in his company’s ambitions to become a top-tier passenger carrier in the U.S. and beyond.

The company, founded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, has long sought to build its business around its “transit as service” model of delivering high-speed rides in small, self-driving vehicles to people in underserved areas, like underserved neighborhoods.

It has been an aggressive expansion in recent years.

Last year, Southern bought ride-hailing giant Lyft, and earlier this year, it announced plans to acquire competitor Uber, which has been accused of engaging in a massive price-fixing scheme that has pushed ridership down by as much as 60 percent.

In a statement to Recode, Southern said it is working on the next phase of its business plan and that it is not ready to talk about any specifics just yet.

But the company’s CEO, Andrew Hahn, said it wants to focus on its core services and not just on Uber.

“We want the technology to be there to make us a competitive player in the future,” Hahn said.

“We want Uber to be part of our ecosystem.

We want to be a leader in the industry.”

He added: “We will be there, we are there.”

Hahn also said that Southern is focused on building a customer-focused platform that will allow passengers to book rides and track fares for their own vehicles.

Southern says it will provide ride-sharing services to people with disabilities, veterans, students and senior citizens who are unable to use public transportation.

Transportation officials have been pushing for more ridership, and the agency is currently considering adding two additional routes that would run to Atlanta, Florida and the Florida Keys.