We received great news earlier this summer when Lyft announced it will begin operating again in San Antonio soon. Last week, we learned that Uber and the City of San Antonio are close to approving a deal that would bring Uber services back to our community through a pilot program. Highlights of the compromise include allowing drivers to submit to a voluntary fingerprint check and allowing riders to cancel trips without being charged if they learn that their driver hasn't submitted to the fingerprint check.
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