Lyft Leaves Houston Before New TNC Rules Take Effect

Posted on October 31, 2014

Less than a week before new regulations regarding paid rides in Houston take effect, one of two companies that launched in the city is preparing to stop providing rides rather than use a city-required procedure to conduct background checks.

Houston Chronicle article here

Related Topics: background checks, Houston operators, Lyft, regulatory enforcement, Texas operators, TNCs

Comments ( 3 )
  • Glen

     | about 5 years ago

    Houston, how can you be so insensitive, expecting the TNC's to actually be licensed, insured and go through background checks. Don't you realize that they are cooooool? you should know that cool trumps passenger safety and obeying the law!

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