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Taxi, Uber Black Drivers Threaten Boycott Of DNC Convention

Posted on March 30, 2016

Philadelphia taxi, limo and Uber Black drivers said Monday they plan to boycott this summer’s Democratic National Convention unless lawmakers address Lyft and UberX services that have allegedly operated illegally in the city since 2014.

Fox News item here

Related Topics: Lyft, Pennsylvania operators, philadelphia, regulatory enforcement, taxis, TNCs, Uber, UberX

Comments ( 2 )
  • Mike B

     | about 2 years ago

    To bring clarity to this article, the Philadelphia Limousine Association is in no way affilaited or connected with the PRLA (Philadelphia Regional Limousine Assocation). The PRLA is an organized incorporated non-profit association for over 20 years, and has been previously awarded Assocation of the Year by LCT Magazine. The Philadelphia Limousine Association mentioned in the article is not a formally organized nor recognized association in the state of Pennsylvania. The PRLA membership has a formal stance that we wil embarace and work with the DNC organizers and the City of Philadelphia this coming summer to provide legally regulated and responsbile quality passenger logitics for all who will visit and attend the city during the DNC.

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