WHO they want, WHEN they want and charge WHAT they want.

  

The Uber Model is to serve WHO they want, WHEN they want and charge WHAT they want. The problem is that Uber and others are NOT offering service to the disabled community. Read The Full story here: “Peggy Costa, 64, relies on wheelchair-accessible taxicabs to travel to doctors’ appointments and friends’ houses from her apartment
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Chicago Moves to Impose Regulations on Uber

  

Mayor Rahm Emanuel will move to fill a “regulatory vacuum” that has given ride-sharing companies an unfair advantage over taxicabs, with no safeguards to protect consumers. Meanwhile, in Tallahassee, there are rumors of a bill to grant state-wide preemption for Uber to bypass ALL local regulations.  Cites across the country are coming to terms with
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OpEd calls Uber’s “not a transportation company” argument “specious”

  

The Dallas Morning News Editorial Page got it right, saying that “Uber, Lyft, Sidecar and a host of other app-based car services should not operate without thoughtful, appropriate regulation. It’s critical that such services, particularly those that involve ride-sharing between members of the public, provide adequate protection for riders. It’s important that the city ensure
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Uber Under Fire for Storm Price Surge

  

The Uber way… $5.81 a minute or $23.25 a mile — with a minimum fare of $93. Passengers are blasting the Uber car-service app for its “surge’’-pricing scheme, which kicked in during the city’s first snowstorm of the season — in one case pricing a short trip across town at a whopping $132. Complaints about
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