Your Call: Regulating ride-hailing

Jun 15, 2017

  

We’re following up on our conversation about regulating the ride-hailing industry.

Last week drivers for Uber, Lyft, and cabs shared their experiences and perspectives about where policies ought to go next. This week we’ll look at the current regulatory landscape, how cities are trying to influence the way car services operate in their jurisdiction, and how constituents can voice their views.

Guests:

Aaron Peskin, member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, representing District 3, serves as the Chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, and co-chairs the City’s Transportation Task Force 2045  

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, political columnist and transportation reporter at the SF Examiner

Liam Dillon, reporter at the Los Angeles Times

Web Resources:

TNCS TODAY: A PROFILE OF SAN FRANCISCO TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY ACTIVITY

California Public Utilities Commission

Curbed SF: Lyft and Uber drivers generate 20 percent of miles driven on SF streets

SF Examiner: SF wants access to Uber and Lyft data to tackle traffic congestion  

Los Angeles Times: The Legislature could give the taxi industry some help in its fight against Uber and Lyft

SF Examiner: Uber war: SF agencies increasingly in conflict with ride-hail giant

Los Angeles Times: There are no changes to California's Uber and Lyft oversight in the governor's new budget

SF Examiner: Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s leave of absence may not impact SF ride-hail woes

SF Examiner: State approves sweeping new regulations for Uber, Lyft but delays rules on leased vehicles

Los Angeles Times: Uber and Lyft are winning at the state Capitol — here's why

Transportation Task Force 2045