Spirited taxi commission meeting ends with no decision.
A large crowd is expected at Wednesday meeting
The stage is set for a vote Wednesday of the St. Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commission on allowing ride-hailing services including UberX to operate here.
Increase comes after cab passenger was badly hurt in crash
Edward Domain, CEO of Techli who was hurt in a cab crash, also pens editorial in support of UberX
Commission sent letter to Uber outlining the process drivers would have to go through to get temporary permits.
Background checks and drug-testing at issue.
Push comes as New York considers a ban
Mobile app users can get one free ride.
Plan would clear way for luxury cars with professional drivers ordered by app.
St. Louis is at the tipping point of becoming a great city for startups.
See those St. Louis team logos on his shirt? They got this cab driver into trouble.
Raja Awais Naeem says he's been arrested, fined and lost his cab driver's license for wearing religious dress to work.
ST. LOUIS - A St. Louis circuit judge has once again extended the temporary restraining order against the ride-sharing app Lyft.
A Lyft car sits outside a community kickoff party in St. Louis' Grove neighborhood on Thursday, April 17, 2014. Photo by Valerie Schremp Hahn of the Post-Dispatch
ST. LOUIS • Those seeking a ride home from Saturday's Mardi Gras festivities in Soulard will have more licensed cabs to choose from.
Parking in the two public garages, for instance, would go to $5 for the first two hours — or any fraction of that time. Five minutes? $5.
ST. LOUIS • Tourists who have been quizzed about the quality of St. Louis taxi service have delivered some awfully harsh critiques over the years — ranging from cluttered cabs to drivers who don't know their way around town.