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Uber, Lyft In Upstate NY "Unlikely" This Year

Posted on June 17, 2016

A law to authorize ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft to operate outside New York City is unlikely to get approved by the state Legislature this year, lawmakers said.

The hang-up is a battle over the insurance rates required of the companies, its drivers and passengers -- pitting unions, insurance companies and trial lawyers against one another in a high-priced lobbying war. Taxi drivers also opposed the measure.

The expected outcome: gridlock.

Press Connects article here

Related Topics: insurance rates, lawsuits, legislation, New York operators, TNCs, Uber

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