Today is the day local leaders hoped to have an ‘Uber summit,’ to break the stalemate that, some say, is making St. Louis a national embarrassment.
The embattled Metropolitan Taxicab Commission, sensing that there may be crowds for their vote involving UberX, is moving its Wednesday meeting to the theater at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park.
Smartphone-based ride service UberX plans to offer free rides in St. Louis City and County over the long holiday weekend, amidst regulatory stalemate.
After a top tech CEO said it’s “embarrassing” that St. Louis still bans smartphone-based ride services like Uber and Lyft, KMOX is asking city and county leaders about the issue.
Not one, but two St. Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commissioners are on the case
The failing grade is based on pricing techniques and misinformation.
“It was all women in different situations touching themselves and, you know, nudity,” a woman, who asked to be identified as “Renee,” said of a video she saw.