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Uber puts the brakes on its cars in Portland, but it's only temporary

After the City of Portland sued Uber for ignoring its transportation rules, the ridesharing giant has pulled its cars from Portland roads temporarily
By: Anthony Garreffa | Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Dec 19, 2014 6:41 am

After the City of Portland sued Uber for not adhering its transportation rules, the company is moving toward somewhat of a solution with Portland.




Uber has since taken its cars off the roads of Portland as of December 21, while officials work around the clock on new regulations. The City of Portland has said that if the new rules aren't set within the next three months, Uber will be allowed back onto the roads, picking customers up once again.


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