Lyft officials confirmed that their drivers will temporarily stop driving at noon Friday for up to 60 days while Lyft works with Kansas City to ensure a permanent future for such ride-sharing services.
Lyft officials confirmed that their drivers will temporarily stop driving at noon Friday for up to 60 days while Lyft works with Kansas City to ensure a permanent future for such ride-sharing services. Jose A. Iglesias MCT
Lyft officials confirmed that their drivers will temporarily stop driving at noon Friday for up to 60 days while Lyft works with Kansas City to ensure a permanent future for such ride-sharing services. Jose A. Iglesias MCT

Kansas City is working on a settlement with ride-sharing service Lyft

October 22, 2014 03:43 PM

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