Last week, I wrote about the upcoming vote regarding regulation of ridesharing companies. Since the date of last week's post, members from Salt Lake City's council voted in favor of cracking down on said companies; Uber and Lyft don't seem to be amused.

If the Council’s intention was to welcome ridesharing into Salt Lake City, these regulations clearly miss the mark. The Council is attempting to fit a square peg in a round hole by passing outdated regulations.
— Michael Amodeo, spokesman, Uber

A few changes have been made as a result of the vote: Ridesharing drivers will be required to pay for $1.5 million insurance policies, and drivers, once properly registered, will have access to Salt Lake City airport. Here's Utah's Fox 13's story on the vote:

Photo credit: "LYFT" by Alfredo Mendez is licensed under CC BY 2.0. Photo's sharpness reduced.