Users said a service that was expected to help Access-A-Ride customers hail rides on-demand through an app now seems less reliable.
Let the meet-cutes commence!
Over 100 drivers have signed up with the company so far.
The app will launch through Apple on September 16, and eventually expand for Androids.
And so the Taxi Wars rage on.
Lyft has until Friday to comply.
The company says it plans to meet with the Taxi & Limousine Commission.
The ride-share company's been fighting a tough battle this week.
It's not technically legal, but hey, who's counting.
Staring in February, people will now be able to use their smartphone to hail a yellow taxi. And this is bound to change everything we thought we knew about upstreaming entirely.
Tomorrow the Taxi and Limousine Commission is meeting to vote on new rules to allow "e-hailing" and it could be very close!
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