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.
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?