Lyft is pulling its e-scooters from six cities (Atlanta, Columbus, Dallas, Nashville, Phoenix & San Francisco)and laying off workers

The scootersharing business is a highly competitive one, with a slew of companies providing services in multiple cities across the U.S. and beyond.

In that case, we can expect some outfits to fall by the wayside, or to scale back operations in some places, in response to fast-changing market conditions.

Take Lyft. Just over a year after launching its first app-based scootersharing service in Denver, Colorado, the company has revealed its removing its electric two-wheelers from six locations, namely Nashville, Tennessee; San Antonio, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Phoenix, Arizona; Dallas, Texas; and Columbus, Ohio.