Officials Hope Latest Revamp Will Alleviate LAX-it FrustrationStarting Wednesday morning, three lanes were added to the LAX-it lot, increasing space by roughly 50% for cars and passengers.
LAX To Increase Size Of Uber, Lyft, Taxi Pickup Lot Amid Long Wait Times And Angry PassengersLAX officials announced Monday the LAX-it remote pickup lot for taxis and rideshare services will expand by 50% beginning Wednesday morning.
New LAX Rideshare Policy Goes Into Effect TuesdayStarting Tuesday, LAX will ban Uber, Lyft and taxi drivers from picking up passengers directly from their terminals.
Uber Criticizes New LAX Policy Banning Rideshare Apps, Taxis From Picking Up Passengers From Their TerminalsStarting Oct. 29, LAX will ban Uber, Lyft, and taxi drivers from picking up passengers at their terminals.
LA City Council Pushes $30 Minimum Wage For Uber, Lyft Rideshare DriversSome Los Angeles City Councilmembers are fighting for a $30 minimum wage for Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare drivers.
Uber Says Plan To End Curbside Pickup at LAX Will Cause Lengthy Wait TimesThe new system, called LAX-IT, is supposed to alleviate traffic jams at the central terminal and get passengers out of the airport faster, but the plan has many skeptics.
City Council President Proposes $30 Hourly Pay For Lyft, Uber DriversCity Council President Herb Wesson proposed Tuesday that drivers working for rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft in Los Angeles be paid a minimum of $30 per hour.
LAX To Halt Rideshare Pickups At All Terminals In Late OctoberLAX will no longer allow ridesharing drivers or taxi cabs to pick up passengers directly from its terminals.
Orange County Residents React After Newsom Signs 'Gig Worker' Bill Into LawCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 5 into law Wednesday — but not everyone was happy about it.
Lyft Adds New Safety Features Amid Sexual Assault ConcernsThe company will now allow 911 calls through their app.
Uber And Lyft Push Back Against Bill That Would Reclassify ‘Gig’ WorkersRide-sharing companies on Friday were continuing to push California legislators to come up with a new classification for workers that falls somewhere between “company employee” and “independent contractor.”