Philadelphia and Seattle have both seen drunk driving arrests decrease since services like Uber started operations.
- Sebastian Blanco
- Sep 20, 2013
It is a time for new rules. On top of the EPA's proposed regulations for coal power plants, there are reports out of California that the ridesharing industry will need to sit down and digest a new 76-page rule document. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved ridesharing regulations that will codify the emerging peer-to-peer transportation networks in the state, Techcrunch reports.
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