Sacramento International Airport
SACRAMENTO — Airport officials have reached an agreement with Uber to serve Sacramento International Airport users, the Sacramento Bee reported.
The agreement, which goes into effect at 1 p.m. Tuesday and applies only to Uber drivers as other ridesharing companies, such as Lyft and Sidecar, have not signed agreements with airport officials, according to the report.
The possibility that the county may allow the ride-sharing services to operate at the airport is drawing complaints from taxi drivers who feel they are being pushed aside, according to the Sacramento Bee. For the full story, click here.