Lyft COO Rex Tibbens to Quit After Two Years of His Stint

(Last Updated On: April 2, 2020)

In a month or two, Lyft’s Chief Operating Officer Rex Tibbens will step down from his role. Lyft CEO Logan Green announced the happening in an email sent out to Lyft staffer on Monday.

Lyft COO Rex Tibbens Quits

Lyft COO Rex Tibbens

Tibbens had been with the Lyft for more than two years. Before joining Lyft, he worked at Amazon where he looked after Amazon’s key services including Amazon Prime Now and Kindle.

The News of Tibben’s departure is coming in times when Lyft is revamping its operations and looking at two fronts- One, to bump up its ride-hail business, and two, work to expand its self-driving partnerships.  The company is all set to launch its services in Canada.

Here is the mail that Lyft CEO wrote to his staffer informing that the Lyft COO Rex Tibbens quits.

From: Logan Green

Date: Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 6:08 PM

Subject: Thank you TRex!

To: ALL Company


We wanted to share a note of thanks to Rex and provide a leadership team update. After 2+ years with Lyft, helping grow the business over 10x, Rex has decided that at the end of the year he will move on from his role as COO.

In the new year, he’ll spend time advising companies, reacquainting himself with his family, and figuring out what’s next for TRex. He’s been an incredible partner helping bring Lyft to every state, and launching strategic initiatives like Express Drive and our Nashville support center.

To lead the charge for Lyft’s next phase of growth, we’re underway with the search for our next COO. We’re extremely thankful for the impact Rex has had on all of us, and excited by the opportunity to bring in new leadership to drive forward our next chapter.


Logan & John

Logan Green

CEO & Co-founder

According to the company sources it was Tibben’s decision to quit. There are no words on who will replace him and where he will be going after Lyft.

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Lyft COO Rex Tibbens Quits

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