Many Uber users are now wondering what they will do without the service after a night out, and what the TfL’s decision means for UberEats
Uber has been denied an operating licence in London after a regulator ruled that the ride hailing app is “not fit and proper” to operate in the capital.
Transport for London says the decision not to issue a private hire licence was based on concerns which have “public safety and security implications”.
The US-based tech firm has more than three million customers in London plus 40,000 drivers now facing an uncertain future.
Many Uber users are now wondering what they will do without the service after a night out or getting to or from work, but they shouldn’t panic just yet.
Here’s what the decision means for Londoners and visitors to the capital. Read more