Lyft Expands To L.A. After Reaching Deal With California Regulators

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3:45 PM EDT January 30th, 2013

Lyft has announced that they’ve reached a deal with the California Public Utilities Commission to remove fines and allow it to continue operating in state, reports TechCrunch. 

The ride-sharing company has also begun to expand to Los Angeles, beginning with Santa Monica, Venice and some area west of the 405 freeway. The company has previously laid out plans to expand to Seattle and other markets as well

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