Technology

NYC Enlists Tech Advisors To Help Manage TNC Growth

Posted on September 4, 2015

Uber and the City of New York have called a ceasefire in the battle they waged against each other earlier this summer over the city’s plans to cap the expansion of the ride-hailing industry. Just months after all the name-calling and mudslinging came to a standstill, the two super powers are working on plans to co-exist peacefully.

The newly formed Technology Advisory Group, a panel convened to consider the question of what to do about Uber. The group’s two dozen members include academics from New York University and Columbia, venture capitalists like Fred Wilson, and representatives from tech companies, Uber itself among them.

Full story at www.wired.com.

Related Topics: city regulations, New York City, New York operators, regulatory enforcement, TNCs

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