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Seattle Mayor strikes new deal with Uber, Lyft; eliminates caps

Seattle Mayor strikes new deal with Uber, Lyft; eliminates caps

Several ride-sharing services were under fire recently in Seattle, where a limitation of how many drivers each service could have on the road at a given time drew the ire of he three companies. Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar all cried foul over the limitations, and Seattle Mayor Ed Murray heard them. In response, he’s lifted those limitation from an ordinance set to go before the City Council soon.

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Uber, Lyft sued — plaintiffs claim they violate ADA rules

Uber, Lyft sued — plaintiffs claim they violate ADA rules

Uber and Lyft, tow popular ride sharing services, have been sued. Three wheelchair-bound citizens in Texas have sued the two services under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), claiming the two services deny service to disabled people. The three plaintiffs are asking that both services have their operations shut down until they provide wheelchair access.

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Uber and Lyft hit with lawsuit in Connecticut

Uber and Lyft hit with lawsuit in Connecticut

Uber and Lyft have once again by targeted by the cab and livery companies that feel threatened by their presence, this time in Connecticut, where 15 companies formed a coalition and collectively went after the services. A lawsuit was filed in a US District Court on Wednesday.

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Uber and Lyft drivers intimidated with fines up to $800 in Tampa

Uber and Lyft drivers intimidated with fines up to $800 in Tampa

It's barely been a month since Uber and Lyft started their services in Tampa, Florida, that the companies are facing the brunt of officers with the Public Transportation Commission. News is that the authorities are cracking down on the drivers of the ridesharing companies, and will no longer be issuing warning but handing out direct fines.

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