The Taxi and Limousine Commission should track e-hail rides the same way it does taxi trips. Op-Ed by Brad Gerstman, Spokesperson.
An Uber driver was arrested after he struck and killed a man crossing an intersection on 37th Avenue Thursday night, police said.
It's one of the first lessons we learn as kids: don't get in the car with strangers. But modern technology has made services like Uber and Lyft so popular that many are choosing to take the risk, despite reports of violence and sexual assault involving ridesharing services.
The taxi alternative, Uber, promotes itself as being dedicated to rider safety. But that claim is being challenged by a University Park woman whose Uber ride tragically changed her life.
Dustin Jones, founder of United for Equal Access New York, has a few words about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's upstate ride-sharing proposal, read more about it here!
One of the authors of the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act is urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to push for disabled accessibility requirements in any legislation that authorizes ride-hailing companies to operate upstate.
A new regulation meant to help regulate fatigued drivers could have other serious implications.
Ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft spent nearly $1 million combined during the first six months of 2016 to lobby for a bill that would have allowed them to expand to upstate.
Check out the TLC Hearing livestream coverage of NYETA spokesperson Brad Gerstman discussing Uber issues regarding rider safety.