Hearings for ridesharing companies begin next week
By Dan Sleva
Under the Radar: Ride-share companies work to keep their service on the streets while drivers try to keep a low profile to avoid steep penalties
A hearing was held June 26 to force Lyft and Uber to immediately cease operating in Pittsburgh
Tickets for Rides: PUC cites ride-share drivers
"I think it would be political suicide to shut us down."
Street Legal? Ride-share drivers settling in to a changing market
"We are Pittsburghers and Pittsburgh needs ride-sharing."
Bumpy Road Ahead?: At least one ride-share company plans to launch here this week, but how long it will be allowed to operate is another story
"Cities want us, and once we are there, we grow quickly."
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