Feb 06, 2017Business, Featured News, State/National News, Top StoriesComments Off on NYS Senate Passes Bill to Bring Uber and Lyft Upstate
The New York State Senate has passed a bill to approve ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft to operate in Upstate New York.
Legislators in the Senate voted 53 to 5 in support of the bill Feb. 6.
“Ride-sharing will mean more jobs, safer roads, and better transit options for my community, and those like it across Upstate,” Sen. Rich Funke, R-Rochester, stated.
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