Agency Wants To Regulate Ride-Sharing Services

Several news agencies have reported that the California Public Utilities Commission has stated that instead of citing and writing cease-and-desist letters to ride-sharing service companies like Lyft and SideCar, it will be looking into developing a  set of new rules for the services by assessing the potential risks associated with these services and creating a regulatory branch that will allow these services to continue to operate with better and more efficient reputation management systems.

The services could become legitimized and more consumers will be able to use the ride-sharing service, the California Public Utilities Commission has stated.

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