City staff have been ordered to hit the pause button on issuing new licenses for ridesharing services like Lyft or Uber until a mandatory driver training program is implemented. In the city, about 40,000 people drive for such platforms. As Morganne Campbell reports, there's concern the move will hinder people's ability to get around following a cup of holiday cheer.
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