You almost can’t visit a major American city without at least seeing one of the two major ridesharing companies, Lyft and Uber. Unless you visit Austin, Texas, that is.
The fights that Uber and Lyft wage in cities like Austin look like local politics, but their actions often put corporate interests above local ones.
Arcade City aims to “disrupt” the centralized ridehailing operators.
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“The people have spoken tonight loud and clear,” said Austin mayor Steve Adler.
Texas Judge Rodney Gilstrap didn’t design this system, but he’s been a willful participant in it.
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