Two more smartphone ride service apps will now be able to operate legally at San Francisco International Airport.
Sidecar will be the first transportation network company allowed to operate legally at a California airport,
The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has threatened Lyft, Sidecar and Uber with legal action.
The City’s taxi industry — a fixture in San Francisco for more than 100 years — is hurting.
Despite the influx of ridesharing services and the taxi industry’s uncertain fate, the City approved a plan to bring in more taxis.
On-demand ride-sharing services Lyft, Uber and Sidecar were fined $20,000 for operating what the CPUC alleges are illegal operations.