San Francisco officials are so fed up over traffic potentially caused by Uber and Lyft, they’re considering suing the state to help alleviate the problem. At a regular meeting of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority Board of Directors on Tuesday, Commissioner Ahsha Safai — also a San Francisco supervisor — announced he is exploring legal action against the state. The problem, said Safai, is that the California Public Utilities Commission has location data of the tens of thousands of Uber and Lyft vehicles on San Francisco streets that may help planners alleviate traffic congestion.
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Genius way to make it harder for rideshare companies.