Vigilance against inefficiency is even more critical for SMBs because the margins for error can be thin, and small but steady drains on revenue can suddenly hit a tipping point.”
…audit found 31,492 times last year where an Access-A-Ride failed to show up or was at least 45 minutes late…”
Uber and Lyft drivers could soon face tougher background checks, thanks to bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown
“The bill would prohibit the companies from hiring drivers who are registered sex offenders, have been convicted of violent felonies or, within the last seven years, have a driving-under-the-influence conviction.
…The bill also mandates a maximum $5,000 fine each time a ride-hailing company violates the background-check rules.”
GBTA Convention 2016: The Future of Ground Transportation
Highlights from Sunday, July 17, at GBTA Convention 2016
Video highlights from the GBTA Convention 2016 – Tuesday
Moderator Richard Quest, CNN, and panelists David Baga, Lyft; and Scott Solombrino, Dav El / Boston Coach Chauffeured Transportation Network discuss the future of ground transportation.
Uber will be International SOS’ exclusive global ridesharing partner, and shared Uber for Business and International SOS clients will be able to get enhanced Duty of Care features through the International SOS TravelTracker in the coming months.”