Lawmakers consider Uber’s ride-share business

Uber-logo-300x250_300_250_86_sha-40HARTFORD, Conn. – An executive from the ride-sharing company Uber explained the company’s business model to the legislature’s Transportation Committee last week.

Lawmakers are struggling with Uber’s new social business model and trying to figure out how much regulation is necessary.

Uber has been servicing Connecticut since April 2014. The company launched in Fairfield and New Haven counties and has since expanded its operation to Hartford and New London, according to Nicole Benincasa, a policy and regulatory associate for Uber.

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