TNCs Hit Roadblocks At San Diego Airport

Posted on June 26, 2015
San Diego International Airport remains closed to the city's top ridesharing companies after airport board members Thursday failed to approve changes that would amend the rideshare pilot program.

UT San Diego article here

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