Between 2014 and 2016, Miami-Dade considered Uber’s ride-hailing service illegal and fined thousands of drivers. On Nov. 21, 2017, Miami-Dade agreed to let Uber — its San Francisco headquarters shown here — settle the fines for about 50 cents on the dollar. The company will pay about $2.4 million to the county, out of $4.3 million owed. Uber also will pay $267,000 to the county clerk’s office, a separate agency.
Between 2014 and 2016, Miami-Dade considered Uber’s ride-hailing service illegal and fined thousands of drivers. On Nov. 21, 2017, Miami-Dade agreed to let Uber — its San Francisco headquarters shown here — settle the fines for about 50 cents on the dollar. The company will pay about $2.4 million to the county, out of $4.3 million owed. Uber also will pay $267,000 to the county clerk’s office, a separate agency. Eric Risberg AP
Between 2014 and 2016, Miami-Dade considered Uber’s ride-hailing service illegal and fined thousands of drivers. On Nov. 21, 2017, Miami-Dade agreed to let Uber — its San Francisco headquarters shown here — settle the fines for about 50 cents on the dollar. The company will pay about $2.4 million to the county, out of $4.3 million owed. Uber also will pay $267,000 to the county clerk’s office, a separate agency. Eric Risberg AP

Uber fought the law in Miami — and only has to pay half of its $4 million in fines

November 21, 2017 04:57 PM