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The entire public transportation system in downstate New York, and that includes the Metro-North commuter rail service, will be disinfected every 24 hours under...
District Judge Nelson S. Roman denied Lyft’s motion to dismiss the 2017 class-action lawsuit under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act in a Nov. 29 opinion.
“New York consumers are being unlawfully ‘taxed,’” the complaint stated.
On the agenda: the economical, environmental, social and land-use aspects of sustainable transportation, including driverless cars, Uber and Lyft.
The task force will monitor the service during the first six months of its Westchester expansion and report on possible recommendations.
A new program called “Thumbs Up” will allow ride-share drivers to voluntarily submit to fingerprint checks for a $90 fee.
The New York State Assembly approved a bill on Tuesday that would expedite the expansion of ride-sharing services into areas outside of New York City.
The New York State Senate passed a bill that would bring ride-sharing to communities outside of New York City earlier this month.