Two drivers for the ridesharing company Uber that Boise, Idaho officials say failed to have commercial transport service driver’s licenses but picked up passengers have been cited.
City spokesman Mike Journee told KTVB-TV that code enforcement officers used the ride-hailing app to get rides over the weekend and issued the special citations.
Journee says the citations will be forwarded to the city attorney to determine if any fines are appropriate.
The city on Dec. 31 sent the company a cease and desist letter after city officials said Uber ignored its promise to not charge for driver services within city limits while negotiating an operating agreement.
Uber has previously said it’s working to craft ride-sharing regulations with the city.
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