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DENVER (CBS4)– The Colorado Public Utilities Commission says it will take action to stop the practice of illegal ride sharing in Denver and other cities across the state.
This development comes after a CBS4 Investigation revealed that ride sharing drivers, like Uber and Lyft, and others have been picking up customers illegally in downtown Denver.
According to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, only licensed taxi cabs can pick up passengers who hail them on the street. All rides from car services, including limousines, Uber and Lyft, must be pre-arranged ahead of time.
The investigation was prompted after two women were sexually assaulted after they got into cars they thought were legitimate ride services. The head of the PUC said the organization will be devoting more attention in the lower downtown area.
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