Monday, March 10, 2014


Somewhere, somehow, someone is getting from point A to point B in the most efficient way currently possible. Naturally, that can't be tolerated if you're...
Matthew Daus, president of the International Association of Transportation Regulators, a nonprofit group that represents government regulators, is a vocal critic of the ride companies [Uber, Lyft, Sidecar]. He says California's rules are inadequate and decried other areas piggybacking on them.
"Once California created the TNC (transportation network company) category with less-stringent standards (than taxis), the companies realized this gave them some cover," he said. "They realized they can do some minimal stuff and claim they have a license. They used social media to distort what they are doing so they could be held to different standards."
After people find they don't need regulators, le deluge.

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