Uber

Lyft.
Can the app-based for-hire vehicle industry regain its mojo in New York City?
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An Uber vehicle.
Uber, Lyft and Via are trying different approaches to comply with the cruising time limit. 
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Uber and Lyft drivers protest outside the New York Stock Exchange on May 8.
What would happen if drivers took advantage of an antitrust loophole and incorporated into a single entity?
Policy
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The interior of a ride-hail car.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a permanent extension of the FHV cap and new limits.
Policy
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NYC Council Member Mark Levine speaks at a press conference with taxi drivers on the steps of NY City Hall calling for debt forgiveness for their medallions, July 11.
The city does have a role in helping to facilitate private-sector action.
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The big question is: will a city bailout be approved to ease some drivers’ more immediate issues?
Policy
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John Stewart attending a dedication ceremony for the new memorial glade at ground zero, for those who became sick or died after responding to the 9/11 attacks, in May.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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Lyft.
Mayor de Blasio plans to extend a once-temporary cap on new for-hire vehicles and limit how long they can cruise without passengers.
Policy
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Executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance Bhairavi Desai (center) speaks to reporters in New York City.
The strike may not have had its desired impact but that doesn't mean it was a complete bust.
Policy
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New York City yellow cabs.
New York City is working to make more vehicles wheelchair-accessible, but advocates say it’s not enough.
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