Operations

Uber and Lyft Join Sidecar in SFO Agreement

Posted on October 24, 2014

Uber Technologies and Lyft have joined Sidecar in submitting to San Francisco International Airport's authority over "rideshare" operations at the airport.

Last week, Sidecar and the airport announced a "milestone agreement" that gave the ride-sharing firm rights to operate at the airport for three months under a pilot program.

Full story at www.bizjournals.com.

Related Topics: airport rules, airports, California operators, industry regulations, San Francisco operators, TNCs

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