Pennsylvania Fines Ride-Sharing Companies Uber, Lyft

The Pennsylvania Utility Commission discovered improperly licensed vehicles.
1:39 | 06/11/14

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Every explains that -- -- it has been hot that one they're -- really add bluebird and lift ride sharing services of the future or temporary services. Discouraged by the state. People we spoke to -- for the most part say they hope to services are -- part of Pittsburgh. Moving forward. -- didn't have the number of a personal. -- -- -- -- -- We have we have inspections -- -- -- so why did they have to -- throw that. We want people to drive safely not drink and drive but there's no form. You know attack these -- anything really I think this. It's something -- -- -- means. Mayor bill -- -- says he is seeking to speak with PUC officials for an update on the status of right shared in the state. He remains a big supporter of the services as long as they are safe and regulated. And -- -- -- David say they say that these -- -- the hurt the economy. Slow the growth and hurt jobs they also face fines are unfair. And too harsh. Putting in this outside an -- -- of Pittsburgh's action news for.

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