have opened a penalty
consideration case against Rasier-CA, providing Transportation Network
Company (TNC) services as Uber, for repeated violations of our safety
requirements by failure to comply with zero tolerance intoxicating substance
Consumer Protection and Enforcement Division alleges that the company failed to either
suspend promptly and/or investigate drivers after zero-tolerance complaints had
been filed between August 12, 2014 and August 31, 2015. The Consumer Protection
and Enforcement Division recommends a penalty of $1,132,500.
penalty consideration case, opened April 6, 2017, will determine whether Rasier
committed 151 violations of zero tolerance rules, and if so, what the penalty
should be. During the penalty consideration case, an Administrative Law Judge will
be assigned to the case and will hear testimony from parties. Based on the
record that will be developed, the Administrative Law Judge will prepare a
recommendation for consideration by the CPUC’s Commissioners.
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related to the proceeding using proceeding number I.17-04-009.