PHILADELPHIA (AP) – A government judge has ruled against taxi organizations in a claim that blamed Philadelphia for neglecting to manage ride-hailing organizations like Uber and Lyft.
Philly.com reports the judge on Monday allowed a demand for rundown judgment from the Philadelphia Parking Authority, AIRPORT CAB PLYMOUTH which directs taxis in the city.
The taxi organizations contended that the estimation of their organizations dropped steeply to a limited extent since they followed strict controls that ride-hailing applications ridiculed.
Judge Michael Baylson ruled the office was under no lawful commitment to manage the two administrations similarly. He additionally said courts were not in a situation to shield a business from rivalry.
A legal counselor speaking to taxi organizations in the suit did not react to a demand for input.