Uber Is Rolling Out Guaranteed FaresUber wants riders to know exactly how much they're going to pay for their trips.
Uber CEO Explains Why He Thinks Fingerprinting Drivers Is 'Unjust'Uber CEO Travis Kalanick tackled two of his company's biggest controversies on Thursday: It's treatment of drivers and its refusal to fingerprint.
Ride At Your Own Risk: Fine Print Says Passengers Can't Blame Uber For Unsafe Driversthe app-based ride-hailing companies say they aren't legally liable for the safety of their drivers or the quality of their services.
NJ To Decide If Uber Drivers Should Be FingerprintedUber supports a measure in the state Senate that would give the AG 100 days to decide the type of criminal background check for drivers.
No Parking No Problem; Ways To Get Around The City During The DNCComing to Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention? Well there's something you should know. Like every major city, Philly is busy and parking can be a problem.
Uber To Begin Letting People Schedule RidesRiders will be able to book trips anywhere from 30 minutes to 30 days in advance.
Charges Unlikely For Uber Driver Who Struck, Killed Woman In North PhillyChief Inspector Scott Small tells CBS 3 Eyewitness News that the woman was not crossing at a crosswalk.
Toyota Invests In Uber, Offers Lease Deals To DriversToyota is investing in Uber, making it the latest car company to put money in a ride-hailing app.
SEPTA Launches Pilot Project To Make It Easier For Suburban Regional Rail RidersSEPTA is launching a pilot partnership for the summer aimed at making it easier for riders to get to eleven suburban rail stations in the region.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 25Chris reviewed a judges decision that Bill Cosby will face trial for an alleged sexual assault in 2004, Donald Trump's rally in New Mexico, and more millennials living with their parents than anywhere else. He talked with CBS 3 Reporter Walt Hunter, who is retiring today, about the Cosby trial at 7:00 and Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about Mayor Jim Kenney being attacked by one of his primary opponents.
Uber, Lyft Regulation Means A Hit For Philly School DistrictIt appears Uber X and Lyft will soon be legal in Philadelphia, under a bill in a Pennsylvania House committee. But public school advocates are angry because the bill strips out contributions to the school district that were included in an earlier version.
City Councilman Calls For Uber RegulationPhiladelphia city councilman David Oh has introduced a bill that would give the Streets Department the power to regulate ride-sharing services such as Uber X and Lyft.