NY may be first city to cap Uber drivers; MTA (sort of) wants you to hold them accountable

Posted On Fri, July 27, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, July 27, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

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  • NYC could become the first city to cap Uber drivers. If the legislation passes the City Council it would halt new for-hire vehicle licenses for a year. [NYT]
  • After a week of criticism, the MTA announced a quarterly Customer Commitment initiative so “customers can hold NYCT accountable.” [MTA]
  • Target said they’re sorry if their new East Village store’s recent CBGB tribute was “not the best way to capture the spirit of the neighborhood.” [NYT]
  • How does Amazon’s same-day Whole Foods delivery stack up? [Grub Street]
  • Take a tour and get a vodka tasting at the first distillery to open in Manhattan since Prohibition. [Untapped Cities]
  • The Barclays Center is the first NYC venue to ban plastic straws. [NYP]




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