Police department says to take Uber, Lyft if drinking

Ride-hailing apps became available Thursday under legislation approved by state lawmakers

County Exec. Rob Astorino announces ride-sharing will be permitted with addition of voluntary fingerprint program

Uber and Lyft will be able to operate legally in Westchester County with a fingerprinting program going into effect

At JFK High Shcool in Somers, more than 100 people came to ask questions

Ahead of Thursday's launch, protestors say their jobs are at stake and want Uber and Lyft to go through the same New York State regulations that they do

Westchester County Legislators and officials spoke to Uber and Lyft about safety issues in their ride-sharing apps

County and the ridesharing companies are in dispute over regulations about passenger safety and background checks

People outside of the NYC area can start using ride-sharing services by June 29

If approved, app-based services like Uber and Lyft will be able to operate upstate



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