Local News
10:18 am
Thu June 5, 2014

Ride-Shares Face PRC

Lyft ride-sharing cars bear a distinctive pink mustache
Credit toufeeq hussain via Creative Commons

  Two major ride-sharing companies are taking different approaches when it comes to New Mexico regulatory processes for taxi services.

Both Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc. began operating in Albuquerque in April but only Uber has filed with the state Public Regulation Commission for a permanent certificate to operate.

Lyft disputes the commission's contention that the service needs authorization by the regulators to operate in New Mexico.

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Local News
4:26 pm
Wed October 31, 2012

PRC Ballot Items Would Streamline Agency, Tighten Credentials

Voters throughout New Mexico will see three Constitutional Amendments about the state Public Regulation Commission, or PRC, on the ballot in this year's election. 


The three amendments dealing with reform of the PRC are printed far down on the ballot.  The state agency is a five-member panel that regulates utilities, transmission and pipeline firms, transportation and insurance companies.


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