Uber, Lyft Could Be Coming To Upstate NY, If Legislation Is ApprovedThe two ride-hailing companies are now prohibited from operating outside of the New York City area. Previous attempts to authorize the expansion have been blocked in part by opposition from the taxi cab industry.
De Blasio Has No Plans To Step-In As Yellow Cabs Face Competition From Ride AppsMayor Bill de Blasio said the city will not intervene, as yellow cabs struggle to compete with ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft.
Public Advocate: TLC Demand For Black Car Pickup, Dropoff Locations Could Be AbusedThe Taxi and Limousine Commission will vote Thursday on new rules for black cars.
Uber, Lyft Are Costing The MTA Money, Officials SayThe MTA says ride-sharing programs like Uber and Lyft are costing them money -- and it's not because fewer people are riding the subway.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Attend Newark City Council Meeting On Proposed FeesThe city wants the drivers to pay a fee of around $1,000 a year if they want to pick up passengers at the city's busiest hubs.
Drivers: Billboard On Henry Hudson Parkway Has Too Many Words, Is DangerousA billboard along the West Side of Manhattan has drivers slowing down and doing double takes because of all the words on it.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Banned From Newark Airport And Newark Penn StationThe ban, which was put on hold last week, appears to be on again after a City Council meeting on Tuesday.
Port Authority Considers Charging Fee For Curbside Access To AirportsThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is exploring airport access fees as a way to deal with growing curbside congestion outside airport terminals.
Growing Number Of New Yorkers Make A Living With On Demand Ride Services Uber, LyftA growing number of New Yorkers have been following the trail of money, and getting behind the wheel to make big buck.
NYC Taxi Commission OKs New Rules For App-Based Car ServicesThe commission initially required companies such as Uber and Lyft to submit any proposed app changes for its approval. The providers said that would stifle innovation.
Lyft To Pay $300,000 For Violating New York State Regulatory LawsRide-hailing service Lyft will pay $300,000 to settle allegations that it violated New York state laws.
Uber Prices To Surge For New Year's EveThe ride-hailing app expects this New Year's Eve to be its busiest night ever.

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