The TNC's license will expire Sept. 30 as it claims to have some 3.5 million users and about 40,000 drivers in the city.
SEPT. LCT: Complying with labor laws meant to protect employees gets tough since drivers can’t pull over and take a 30-minute break.
Group president says limousine industry faces a regulatory crisis in New York.
Meanwhile, the feds have penalized the TNC for misleading consumers on its privacy practices.
The FMCSA issued the rule in 2015 that requires interstate trucks and buses convert by Dec. 18 of this year.
After three years of delays, operators will need to comply with new safety rules by Jan. 1, 2018.
About half of the 17 companies on the list insist they are operating legally, one operator says.
An investigation in Kansas City looks into a string of fatalities in recent years across the U.S.
If you can drink wine on a wine tour bus...Las Vegas operators want to allow onboard cannabis consumption.
What's the response to that question now that more states are legalizing recreational use of marijuana?
See Exhibit A on the misleading spin the limousine industry faces when exposing the unfairness of TNCs.
Analysis: The TNC's lower costs brought lower prices, with resulting popularity and growth. But its use of noncommercial cars was unlawful from the start.
Should the TNC be treated as a taxi service subject to the same safety and employment rules?
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