Uber May Be Heading Back To Kansas

Posted on May 20, 2015

TOPEKA, Kansas -- Uber could return to Kansas as early as this week.

The state House and Senate overwhelmingly supported a proposal May 19 that will impose fewer regulations on ride-hailing services than lawmakers previously approved.

Wichita Eagle article here

Kansas City Business Journal article here

Related article: Kansas Shuts Down Uber

Related Topics: Kansas operators, regulatory enforcement, state regulations, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Mike

     | about 3 years ago

    All these people are big hypocrites. I say if Uber is allowed back then and this is bad for the people like my self, but to bad, then I say lets get rid of all regulatory bodies. No DOT# No CDLs no Medical Cards none of it. People claim they want regulation, but obviously they do not and also they don't even know what the regulations prove or do so forget it, get rid of it all. Make it a free for all who cares.

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