City AM: Uber has five out of six bases in New York City suspended after failing to hand over trip records by Guy Bentley:
New York City has suspended the majority of Uber bases after the taxi app company refused to hand over transport records.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) demanded that Uber give up electronic records of “the date of trip, time of trip, pick up location, and license numbers”.
Five out of six Uber bases were suspended. Thanks to one base remaining open in Grun, Uber can still operate legally in NYC. Uber now faces fines of $200 per base until it hands in the records. The regulator directed Uber to share its data back in October.