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Categories: Operations, Industry Research
Uber Impact Study Reveals Wide Range of Opinions

FEB. LCT: The industry’s first TNC survey finds a mixed bag of concerns and solutions.

https://www.lctmag.com/article/710755/uber-impact-study-reveals-wide-range-of-opinions
Categories: Regulations

The representatives called on the companies to adopt fingerprint-based background checks for new and existing drivers.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/293657/congress-presses-tncs-on-driver-background-checks
Categories: Technology, Operations

The app now allows for multiple passengers to split the fare electronically, making rides more affordable.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42516/uber-unveils-split-fare-feature
Finally Accepting TNCs Are Here to Stay — A Decade Later

JIM LUFF Blog Post: What if instead of spending resources fighting Uber and Lyft, we focused them on the superior service that makes us better?

https://www.lctmag.com/blogpost/733375/finally-accepting-tncs-are-here-to-stay-a-decade-later
Categories: Operations, Money
Colorado Fines Uber $8.9 Million For Lax Driver Checks

PUC investigators identified 57 people in the last year and a half who should not have been allowed on the platform under state law.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/726441/colorado-fines-uber-8-9m-for-lax-driver-checks
Categories: Regulations

New Jersey operator Jeff Shanker writes a newspaper column explaining the advantages of AB3765.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294614/lanj-president-supports-state-measure-to-protect-passengers
Categories: Operations
Uber Drivers Grab Things That Don't Belong To Them

TNC Travesties Of The Week: From passengers to luggage, the independent contractors are stealing people's dignity, not hearts.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/717504/uber-drivers-grab-things-that-don-t-belong-to-them
Categories: Regulations
California Agency Delays Key Vote On Ride App Rules

The vote on a proposed set of rules on how Uber, Sidecar and Lyft should be classified was delayed from Sept. 5 to Sept. 19.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42656/california-agency-delays-key-vote-on-ride-app-rules
Categories: Regulations

TNCs are undercutting the rates and livelihoods of livery drivers who are not allowed to be hailed.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/411591/protesting-french-luxury-drivers-snarl-traffic-in-paris
Categories: Regulations

Although Lyft escaped massive driver back pay, the class action status of the lawsuit against Uber could yield a costlier outcome. 

https://www.lctmag.com/news/710374/uber-could-fare-much-worse-than-lyft-on-driver-status-wages


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