With special guests from the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and a counter-terrorism security firm, the American Car Rental Association’s seminar at the 2019 ICRS will give attendees the tools to recognize extremist behavior and how to avoid an extremist catastrophe.
However, last week, the Salt Lake City Council passed a law that will levy fines against people who conduct rental transactions at the airport via P2P companies, as those companies are currently not paying fees to operate at the airport.
The settlement states that Uber and its entities violated local taxi laws, which mandates transportation companies have a taxi license in order to operate.
The zones will first be designated in the Fenway neighborhood, near the dining and night life hubs.
Under the new regulations, ride-hailing groups must allow 15 minutes to pass in between the customer requesting a ride and the driver arriving.