According to Bloomberg, Lyft's bookings in February jumped up 137% from the previous year, totaling more than 22 million rides. Ridership also grew to nearly 5 million monthly passengers. Despite the gains in bookings, the company still projected to lose $130 million in the first quarter of 2017. Net revenue was not disclosed.

Lyft's numbers still trail Uber, their rival who operates globally in more than 75 countries. Lyft had $800 million in gross bookings for its first quarter, putting it on a run-rate for $3.2 billion. Uber, in contrast, booked $20 billion in rides for all of 2016. However, Uber doesn't separate its US numbers so it's hard to tell how they compare head-to-head.

Lyft, though, seems to have made up some market share as Uber has stumbled in light of Travis Kalanick's participation in the Trump Advisory council, the subsequent #DeleteUber campaign, and an investigation into its workplace culture. Beyond the boost to its ridership numbers, it also recently raised $600 million from KKR to fund its fight against Uber.

This post originally appeared on Business Insider.