Drivers for app-based companies like Uber, Lyft and DoorDash will likely remain independent contractors in California.
A Lyft driver was arrested last Thursday in Emeryville for an alleged sexual battery of a passenger.
An Uber driver has been charged with four felonies for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in Union City after he picked her up in San Francisco last month.
The city of Walnut Creek is piloting a program in which seniors can schedule a free Lyft ride when standard senior paratransit service is not available.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is seeking a court order requiring Uber and Lyft to provide information to allow him to determine whether the companies are a public nuisance.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has finally acceded to investor demands and resigned from the ride-hailing company he founded.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera issued administrative subpoenas Monday to Uber and Lyft.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Thursday sued Uber in an effort to force the ride-hailing company to turn over driver information.
Police arrested an Uber driver early Sunday morning after a female passenger said the man kissed and groped her outside her Palo Alto home.
Lyft Inc. and lawyers for drivers of the ride-booking service Wednesday proposed a $27 million settlement of a federal lawsuit.
Nearly 37,000 people who work as drivers for ride-booking services in San Francisco will have to register as a business within 30 days.
Uber settled a civil enforcement case brought by prosecutors in San Francisco and Los Angeles for up to $25 million Thursday.
Uber Technologies Inc. and six passengers asked a federal judge in San Francisco Thursday to approve a $28.5 million settlement.
San Francisco International Airport, in collaboration with the American Association of Airport Executives, has announced the development and licensing of a GPS based system to …
The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has threatened Lyft, Sidecar and Uber with legal action.
A blind author and the National Federation of the Blind sued ridesharing company Uber in federal court.
Mandatory payments are replacing “donations” in the pink-mustachioed Lyft cars throughout California.
Nonprofit City CarShare is fighting back against larger, more well-funded corporate competition.
While the greater Bay Area was busy Kaepernicking last week. ride-sharing service Lyft achieved two milestones.
State regulators are looking to draft rules to govern Lyft and other on-demand ride-sharing services.