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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.

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Uber Backs Georgia Ride-Hailing Fee

While the bill did not get the endorsement of the state's transportation board, Uber backed the legislation, as the company says its services are complementary to public transportation.  

Utah Lawmakers Move to Regulate P2P Carsharing

Similarly, Salt Lake City is expected to pass an ordinance today that will levy fines between $500 and $1,000 on peer-to-peer carsharing companies that operate at Salt Lake City International Airport without authorization.