The ride-sharing market in the US is expected to pass 2019’s pre-pandemic revenue numbers by 2022, when it is expected to cross the $2 billion dollar mark for the first time, according to research from TradingPlatforms.com, a financial information website. The global ride-sharing industry was badly hit as lockdowns were imposed all over the world, effectively halting global mobility. The US is the world’s largest ride-sharing market, generating almost $2 billion in 2019 but experiencing a significant contraction in 2020, according to the platform. As a result of the pandemic, the US ride-sharing industry  generated only $1.54 billion in 2020 — a 21% year-over-year decrease. As of May 2021, the situation has improved in several areas in the US, though not to pre-pandemic levels yet. In 2021, the ride-sharing market in the US is projected to generate $1.9 billion — a 23% year-over-year increase from 2020’s pandemic-stricken revenue numbers. Projections also have the US ride-sharing market generating at least $3 billion by 2025.