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TNCs Cozy Up To Regulators To Get More DNC Rides

Posted on July 29, 2016

PHILADELPHIA — In cities around the world, the ride-for-hire company Uber repeatedly has clashed with regulators as it seeks to expand. This was one of those cities until a few weeks ago. But as tens of thousands of delegates, donors, protesters and members of the media descended on the city for this week’s Democratic convention, Uber tried a different approach: a partnership with regulators to help get people around and relieve congestion.

Fivethirtyeight.com article here

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