The British capital's transport regulator said the Silicon Valley technology giant's approach and conduct was not fit and proper to hold a private vehicle hire license and it would not be renewed when it expires on September 30. According to the Guardian, that process could take months.
Last year's case was brought by two drivers, James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam, on behalf of a group of 19 Uber workers who argued that they were employed by the San-Francisco-based company.
He added: "That requires a dialogue we sadly haven't been able to have".
"However, all companies in London must play by the rules and adhere to the high standards we expect - particularly when it comes to the safety of customers". Mr. Khosrowshahi, in a Twitter post on Friday evening, recognized that Uber was "a long way from being perfect" and asked city controllers to work out a solution with the company.
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"Private hire operators must meet rigorous regulations, and demonstrate to TfL that they do so, in order to operate", the transportation regulation agency said in a statement. And its 40,000 drivers in London will be allowed on the roads until all the options for appeal have been exhausted. The taxi app's general manager in the city has told The Sunday Times they want to sit down with authorities to get it right.
Based in San Francisco, Uber has always been criticised for its business practices, including the background checks it implements on potential drivers and for allegedly exploiting drivers once they have been hired.
The battle to reverse the licence ruling overlaps Uber's efforts to appeal against a ruling regarding the employment status of its drivers, which will be heard at the employment appeals tribunal this week. We never, ever would have gotten Uber into upstate NY this year had it not been for a massive petition campaign and surveys showing that long standing state legislators were going to lose their jobs unless they approved it.
Elvidge also told the paper that the regulators had refused over several months to talk substantively about the licence renewal or to specify what, if any, reforms it wanted from the company before relicensing it.
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In response to the Times report, Uber maintained that the software was only used for protecting the company from users violating its rules - and suggested that city regulators searching for Uber drivers were the ones out of line.
He said Uber needs to offer "decent pay and conditions for its staff", and "there is an issue about safety".
More than 500 thousand Internet users have signed a petition calling on the United Kingdom authorities to lift the ban on the online service taxi service Uber in London. "The black cab is an iconic part of London".
"It's particularly discouraging that this is happening in the United Kingdom, where the team has led the way on partnerships to increase the number of wheelchair-accessible and electric vehicles on the road", Khosrowshahi said.
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