Westchester County ride-sharing compromise

This spring, New York passed regulations allowing Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing companies to operate throughout the state starting Thursday. Many Westchester County leaders expressed concern the law failed to require sufficient screening of drivers, leading to a compromise. County Executive Rob Astorino stood with representatives of Uber and Lyft Tuesday afternoon and announced an optional fingerprinting program for Westchester's ride-sharing drivers.

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