WASHINGTON (AP) — The D.C. Council has approved a bill that regulates popular ridesharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. The bill gained initial approval on Tuesday by a 12-1 vote. Among other things, it…
Hundreds of cabs flooded Pennsylvania Avenue late Wednesday morning, blocking streets and blaring their horns, to demand that the D.C. Council create an even playing field for transportation businesses.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles says that ride services Lyft and Uber are violating state law and must stop operating immediately.
Smartphone apps are making it easy for millennials to snub car ownership. A new study finds that apps make it easier for those wtihout cars to access alternative transportation options from bikes to buses to rental cars.
Local transportation leaders want area residents
to know that ending the solo drive to work in
favor of ride sharing could save them time and
Commuter Connections saw a 20 percent increase in applications last year.