L.A.’s and Denver’s were spearheaded by mayors, but a powerful transit agency can just as easily bring key players into the fold.
The car-booking company will abide by the Taxi & Limousines Commission’s revised rules on for-hire drivers’ shift lengths, once they’re solidified.
Urban planning is a lot easier when you’re tracking regional travel.
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Xerox’s parking and mobility vice president Matt Darst weighs in.
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Even though Mayor Ed Murray declined to sign the City Council’s bill, it will become law anyway under the terms of the city’s charter. But will it survive a likely court challenge?
Nevada doesn’t think so, and commissioners are thinking twice after catching flack in Las Vegas for catering to the taxi industry.
The Texas capital is the latest municipal flashpoint over regulating transportation network companies like Uber, which claims its security checks are stronger than the city’s.
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