In Austin, community-funded rideshare app replaces Uber

In Austin, community-funded rideshare app replaces Uber

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Uber and Lyft have both stopped operating in Austin, Texas, after the City Council ruled that the companies would have to do fingerprint-based background checks on their drivers, clearly mark their cars with the company logo and other restrictions. Now, stepping in to fill the ridesharing void is RideAustin, a non-profit P2P alternative.

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