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Ride-Sharing Companies Get Closer To Lambert

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(St. Louis, MO) -- Ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are a step closer to pickups at St Louis Lambert International Airport. A plan submitted by Mayor Lyda Krewson, and endorsed by the Airport Commission would charge the companies a $3 fee for each pickup, and a bi-annual fee of 15 thousand dollars. Taxi cabs pay 4 dollars a pickup and a monthly fee to the airport.

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