The Greater California Livery Association has worked for years educating state officials on the problems with the TNC.
A regulatory decision April 26 deems the TNC a charter-party carrier, subject to stronger safety, insurance, and licensing.
The industry was mostly prepared by the April 1 deadline for enforcement of the federal electronic logging device mandate.
Ground transportation services lose a round in court and abandon their case to be exempt from the rules and costs.
The companies argue it could cost $1 billion to comply, and the percent required is arbitrary and doesn't reflect the demand of riders.
The NLA responds to the first judicial decision on the classification of drivers under federal law.
For the second time, a European Union court has declared Uber is -- who knew? -- a transportation company.
Violations will be recorded on a roadside inspection report and the driver may be cited.
An administrative proposal would put the TNC in same category as chauffeured services and charter party carriers.
NLA President Gary Buffo says the rulemaking order would lead to a sweeping shakeup of Uber if it's deemed a charter party carrier.
The state group’s annual lobbying day at the state Capitol was spent urging lawmakers to release fee-driven funds for more officers.
Before shooting himself in front of city hall, the driver claimed politicians and regulators are destroying the for-hire livery industry.
A judge has ruled the TNC must turn over info on how often customers have complained about impaired drivers.
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