I also find it hard to believe most locals in Tahoe’s livelihood isn’t dependent on the tourists. It’s not like people who live there are working for other industries…it is a major tourist destination for bay area locals.
I am against the ban. But I owned a house in Stateline and got sick of VRBO tenants. Plenty of houses on the Nevada side and 400 homes in the tourist corridor near the casinos. The Keys where I live will get the most hurt. Only 20% of homes occupied by locals. Most sit empty. VHRs add a lot to the economy. Locals will be begging for them to come back.
Tahoe is transitioning from a tourist community to a retirement community. Locals now want peace and quiet. All my rowdy friends in the 70s have become old and boring.
Uber is doing great.
Had my second ride with Lyft yesterday. The driver apparently only drove Lyft and not Uber. I asked him why and he said a long time ago he used to drive both, but one time he gave a ride to some kids smoking in his car so he kicked them out and Uber decided to side with the smokers.
I wonder about lime. I see lots of bikes all over but rarely anyone riding one. Now they are getting onto cars too.
I think it’s wrong.
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Singapore, like every big city, has been overrun with new car service apps. Is that a good thing?
They know ride-hailing is never going to be profitable without autonomous driving. They are desperate for something else before everyone else figures it out. It’s basically groupon.