If they do then Palm Beach county will also be without Uber on Oct. 1st.[/QUOTE]PBC will wait again, and will postpone their hearing until the next next month as they did in August.
Right. Smart move. Palm Beach comission is much smarter than Broward. At least they saved Uber for it's citizens, saved lots of Uber driver jobs, and spared themselves the massive blow back from the people who all want to keep Uber and Lyft. Broward drove everyone out by passing a horrible ordinance and telling it's lawyers to prepare lawsuits against TNC's that didn't comply. So underdtandably Uber and Lyft left the county. Now after public erupted in outrage against commission and taxi monopoly they spend half a meeting a month pretending to be crafting a Uber friendly ordinance. Never going to happen. Broward could have Uber back by letting Uber and Lyft work under a temporary operating agreement that is the same as Palm Beach County. But the Commission is controlled by a very strong taxi monopoly in Broward who has been contributing to them for 50 + years. The commission is just playing a game with the public to make it look like they are trying to get Uber back, it won't ever happen until enough commissioners are voted out of office, or the state mandates what TNCs must do. Which probably won't happen anytime soon, uber has been trying for that, on a state wide level for a couple years now, without success.So, now they pass the buck to the state legislature....till march