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Lyft’s failure-to-launch party

12
Jul
2014

Lyft, the app that connects anyone with a car to people willing to pay for a ride, was supposed to go live in New York City Friday night, hours before a massive Brooklyn launch party. Unfortunately for the San Francisco-based company, the citys Taxi and Limousine Commission and the state Attorney General immediately dragged Lyft into court and put the kibosh on the launch. Lyft is not permitted to operate in its planned markets of Brooklyn, Queens, Rochester, and Buffalo until it can hammer out a deal with the authorities that regulate the taxi industry.

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