SFO Bans Ride Share Apps From Airport Taxi Lines

Posted on April 15, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO -- Last month, San Francisco International Airport issued cease-and-desist orders to six different app-based rideshare companies such as Lyft, SideCar, and UberX. These companies connect regular drivers – not licensed taxi or limo drivers – to passengers via smartphone app. The driver gets paid through a voluntary donation, also done through the app.

Transportation Nation article here.

Related Topics: airports, mobile applications, San Francisco operators, Uber, vehicle apps

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