Sunday, August 16, 2015

Judge Moves to Suspend Uber Statewide

Go ahead.  But why stop there? Why not go after the rest of Silicon Valley and shut them down, too?
A state administrative law judge today moved to suspend UberX throughout California and fine the company that runs it $7.3 million, the California Public Utilities Commission announced this afternoon.

The judge said that UberX's operating firm has failed to abide by reporting requirements tied to its state approval as a transportation network company, according to the PUC.

The judge said UberX's operating company, Rasier-CA, failed to:

—provide the number and percentage of customers who requested disabled-accessible vehicles, and failed to demonstrate how many times UberX was able to fulfill those requests.

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