The general public, as well as companies in the technology and taxicab industries, are asked for their two cents on how the city can improve taxi services with tech.
The embattled car service scores victory with city council's approval of a legislative framework for "digital dispatch" transportation services.
Amendment would handicap sedan services by requiring them to charge customers at least five times what taxicabs charge, the Internet-based car service says.
The developer of the Summon-a-Car smartphone app has won against the city of Washington, D.C.
Uber CEO says the return of his company's taxi-summoning service is "imminent" as the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission votes in favor of a yearlong test.
San Francisco cab drivers file class-action suit against the transportation startup claiming unfair business practices. This comes on the heels of regulatory challenges in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.
The state's Public Utilities Commission is proposing regulatory changes that could shut down the transportation startup's Denver service. But the company is not leaving without a fight.
Private car-summoning service will begin allowing New Yorkers to call for cab rides, which will be free for the first week while a regulatory hurdle is cleared.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation is ordering the three ride-sharing apps to halt all vehicle operations "immediately." However, the companies say there aren't grounds for such demands.
After foot-dragging by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission, a pilot program that lets users summon a taxi with a smartphone app is becoming a reality.