Arizona legislators are proposing a new law to block airports across the state from raising fees on ride-sharing services, like Uber and Lyft.
Rep. Travis Grantham, R-Gilbert, says House Bill 2817 rolls back the fees on rides to and from airports to the same levels as at the end of 2017.
That would cut existing fees and block an increase that Phoenix Sky Harbor is planning for ride-sharing services, says Grantham, who is sponsoring the measure.
Phoenix already charges a fee of $2.66 for rideshare companies picking up passengers at the airport. Continue Reading