SuperShuttle, the airport van service with its distinctive yellow-and-blue vehicles, that has been shuttling travelers fliers to and from dozens of airports since 1983, is shutting down effective December 31.

The company got its start at Los Angeles International Airport and built up a business that included servicing more than 100 cities worldwide. According to the company, it has provided door-to-door service for more than 8 million passengers every year. Ride share services like Uber and Lyft has adversely impacted the company.

“SuperShuttle plans to honor all reservations and walk-up requests for service through Dec. 31,” according to a letter to its employees that was published in the LA Times.

In recent weeks, SuperShuttle has shuttered operations in several US cities, including Baltimore, Minneapolis, Phoenix and Sacramento, the LA Times reported.

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