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Uber CEO Indicted in South Korea

Travis Kalanick, Uber Technologies Inc.’s chief executive officer, was indicted in South Korea for disregarding a local transportation law prohibiting rental cars from operating as cabs.

Lyft Implements TLC-Licensed Model in NYC

After agreeing to meet New York City’s demand to have its drivers licensed by the Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC), Lyft will launch its ride-sharing service in all five boroughs of New York City.

Ride Sharing Faces Backlash in San Antonio

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus warned that ride-sharing apps like Lyft are illegal and drivers would be arrested, but San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro is willing to work with Lyft.

Taxicab Assn. Uses Poll in Anti-Ride Share Campaign

Commissioned by Mears Transportation Group, a new Florida poll shows that residents want car-sharing Uber to be regulated at the local level like traditional taxi companies. The Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association (TLPA) supports stricter regulation of car-sharing companies.