Uber and TfL plan more talks after meeting fails to resolve London row
Ride-hailing firm says it is ‘determined to make things right’ in London as CEO Dara Khosrowshahi leads bid to regain licence
Uber and Transport for London are to hold further peace talks after failing to reach an agreement at a summit where the ride-hailing app’s chief executive launched an attempt to win back its licence.
Dara Khosrowshahi, who took over as Uber CEO in August, flew to London for the emergency meeting with the TfL commissioner, Mike Brown, on Tuesday. The pair are understood to have discussed measures Uber could take to resolve the dispute, during head-to-head talks that ended without the US company making any commitments.
Great meetings in London, including w some of the drivers who rely on our app. Determined to make things right in this great city! pic.twitter.com/QLgqon30yT
Source: Guardian Transport