New York City suspends 5 out of 6 Uber bases

The New York Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings has suspended five out of six Uber bases. The city requested electronic trip data for Uber rides between April and September, but Uber did not comply with the request. As a result, it is facing a suspension until a $200 fine per base is paid and the trip records are turned over. Because one base was unaffected by the suspension, Uber can continue to legally operate in New York. The rider experience will not be affected by the base suspensions, and wait times for Uber cars are not expected to change.