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Despite rumors of a planned mass protest, Uber carried on and made a hefty profit, but not without causing some controversy.
About 200 Uber drivers on Feb. 2 drove back and forth from City Hall to company headquarters, honking their horns in protest.
The recruting company pays $12.25 an hour, but it says drivers often make large gratuities.
NLA operators will offer the smarter solution for ground transportation to and from the Big Game.
The TNC is paying a $500,000 sponsorship to become the exclusive on-demand provider of Super Bowl 50.
This unique Range Rover stretch has a slide-out gas grill in the back, and was named by its owner as “The Tailgater.”
Some 2,000 parking passes and 300 charter bus permits were purchased but never used.
Heading into Super Bowl weekend, New Jersey and New York operators are ready to handle the events, the game and the weather.
Local firms, including limo operators, are gearing up to grab their share of the $600 million in revenues expected to be generated in the region.
The FAA has mandated that NJ/NY area airports create a reservation system for the days around the game to ease runway congestion.
The committee held a press conference to unveil a comprehensive weather preparedness plan for Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2.
Metlife Stadium in New Jersey is charging a sliding scale of fees for limos, mini-buses and motorcoaches for the big game Feb. 2.
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