The annual Greater California Livery Association’s lobbying event can lead to fewer regulations for charter party carriers.
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 30-year industry veteran and popular networking dynamo now leads the largest state trade group in the industry.
A recent lobbying event in Sacramento highlighted safety, driver background checks, and duty-of-care efforts, among others.
With the signing of key bills, the influential trade group marks the end to one of its most successful legislative years.
Critics argue a new measure could impede city-level experimentation.
The California group held a lengthy meeting full of updates on legislation, new vehicles and products, and industry education on Aug. 23 at the Hotel Maya in Long Beach.
The investigation could spur another regulatory battle between the state agency and the TNC.
Uber has refused to provide operational data required under a 2013 law that legalized TNCs, the California PUC judge said.
The DMV says it jumped the gun, much to the disappointment of the chauffeured transportation and taxi industries.
The GCLA held its annual lobbying day at the State Capitol in Sacramento to focus on TNCs and stretch limo safety rules.
UPDATE: UberX and Lyft must prove why the CPUC should not hold them in contempt for allegedly violating reporting requirements.
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