State Could Open Door For Uber In East Hampton - 27 East

State Could Open Door For Uber In East Hampton

author on Oct 27, 2015
Governor Andrew Cuomo has suggested a statewide licensing for taxi drivers to accommodate “ride-sharing” operations, a move that could potentially allow Uber cars to return to East Hampton Town. Uber... more

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