Springs Cab General Manager Anthony Vashone-Caruso said ride-share companies haven’t posed a threat to the company’s plans to expand. He did say, however, a lack of ride-sharing oversight creates an unsafe environment for consumers.
Springs Cab General Manager Anthony Vashone-Caruso said ride-share companies haven’t posed a threat to the company’s plans to expand. He did say, however, a lack of ride-sharing oversight creates an unsafe environment for consumers.

Uber Technologies and Lyft, both San Francisco-based giants in the ride-sharing industry, have expanded to Colorado Springs over the past several months. Ride-share businesses allow consumers to hail rides from everyday people who use their personal vehicles in exchange for fares. The connection is made via a smartphone app and the costs rival, and often […]

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