In win for Uber, Lyft, judge strikes down New York City’s cruising cap

In win for Uber, Lyft, judge strikes down New York City’s cruising cap

New York City’s law to limit the amount of time Uber and Lyft drivers can spend cruising for passengers in busy parts of the city is ’arbitrary and capricious,’ a New York State Supreme Court judge ruled Monday while striking the law down. NYC passed the rule in August with the aim of reducing traffic congestion in Manhattan. The city’s mayor’s office said it was reviewing its legal options.

Tom A
Tom A
Clint
Clint 5 months

stop building more and more bike lanes and begin to police jaywalking like you target drivers. when I drive in new York those are two things that contribute to traffic, less road space and throes of pedestrians just fucking crossing illegally in front of vehicles

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