Posts Tagged ‘UberX’

Uber Celebrates Passage of Rideshare Legislation

UberX and Lyft are closer to being legal.

Cab Drivers Honk and Block Traffic to Protest Bill Regulating UberX and Lyft

But are the cabbies hurting their own cause?

Cheh to Introduce Legislation that Would Legalize, Regulate UberX

But cabs say the bill doesn't do enough to level the playing field.

Hailo Cuts Prices, Hires “Rent Is Too Damn High” Guy to Call Out Uber

Hailo says Uber's prices are just too damn high.

District Line Daily: Shrimp vs. Purple Line

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Bethesda and Chevy Chase residents are suing the U.S. Transportation Department, arguing that a planned Purple [...]

Uber Will Now Provide A Child Car Seat for An Extra $10

The city government is still working out regulations that would govern ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft, but in the meantime, Uber is expanding its business in D.C. without a care.
Uber is launching uberFamily in D.C. today, which will allow customers to request a vehicle equipped with a car seat for children. uberFamily is available [...]

D.C. Cab Commission Says New Regulations Not About Uber

The D.C. Taxicab Commission has been slammed this week for passing regulations that restrict competition and effectively prevent luxury sedan service Uber's new offshoot, UberX, from operating in the city.
In the District, traditional taxicabs and sedan services operate under different sets of regulations. For instance, a sedan cannot be hailed by customers on the side [...]