Jun 6, 2017
Uber and Lyft ordered to share data with San Francisco
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft have been ordered to hand over details about their San Francisco operations. Uber and Lyft have 15 days to comply or face charges of contempt and other court-imposed penalties. "In San Francisco, nearly 30% of rides take place in underserved neighbourhoods and 20% of Lyft rides begin or end at a public transit station," Lyft spokeswoman Chelsea Harrison said in a statement. Uber spokeswoman Eva Behrend said that the company was "More than happy to work with the city to address congestion" but "a comprehensive solution" was needed. Uber is already involved in a legal battle with San Francisco officials, over demands that the ride-hailing company shares its drivers' names and addresses.
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