Mayors in several major Alabama cities are working to clear roadblocks to bring ride-hailing company Uber and others like it to their areas.Y'all are welcome.
“If it can work in Nashville, if it can work in Charlotte, then it can work in Montgomery and Mobile and all of these other major cities,” Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange said.
The mayors of Montgomery and Huntsville said they want ordinance changes to allow the mobile app-based ride-hailing service to launch operations. The push comes as Uber cars began running in the port city of Mobile last week.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
We're called Mobile for a reason
Alabamy unbound, when it comes to ridesharing. When Uber comes knocking at Dixie's door, the mayors are there to open it;