It’s easier than you might think.
“Everybody operates in the city like the wild, wild West.”
Some taxi industry workers worry the hike could put the industry at a further disadvantage to Lyft and Uber.
Elsewhere in the Week in Parking, someone who scored a spot with a pack of smokes.
The epic 2-year war with the PPA involved lobbying, partisanship, taxis… and horses.
Uber and Lyft are thisclose to being legal.
Months of amendments mean the bill is three times larger than the fall 2015 version.
Language in the state’s fiscal code, passed by the state House today, means Uber is legal in Philly — for the time being.
More UberX drivers could take to Philly’s roads, causing less surge pricing — but Lyft isn’t involved at all.
Seasoned drivers say any extra money they’re promised isn’t worth the hassle.
The chief executives of the state and its second-largest city said the record fine paints the state as “not a welcoming place for 21st century businesses.”