Uber, But For Football Practice: A Kid-Only Ride Hailing Service Is Coming To D.C. (4-6-19)

It was nearing 5 p.m. on a Wednesday, and as usual, Shawna Walker was doing three things at once. After…

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Could Driverless Cars Pick Up Passengers In Wheelchairs? (3-29-19)

Last week, the Disability Rights Advocates (DRA) filed a lawsuit against Lyft in California for not having any wheelchair-accessible vehicles in the San Francisco…

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D.C. Lawmakers Propose Stricter Regulations On Self-Driving Cars (4-3-19)

In 2013, the District became one of the first jurisdictions in the U.S. to pass a lawgoverning the operations of self-driving…

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