Uber Wins Challenge To NYC Ride-Hailing 'Cruising Cap'

Law360 (December 23, 2019, 6:08 PM EST) -- Uber Technologies Inc. was victorious in its fight against a New York City regulation aimed at reducing traffic congestion in Manhattan by limiting the amount of time drivers for ride-hailing services can spend “cruising” the island’s busiest areas, with a New York state judge on Monday calling the rule “arbitrary and capricious.”

Judge Lyle E. Frank struck down the so-called cruising cap imposed by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission, which would have required ride-hailing services like Uber to limit the amount of time drivers could spend without passengers in Manhattan’s urban center to a maximum of 36% by...

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