Cincinnati Council could vote Wednesday on rules and regulations for transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft.
A committee approved the ordinance Tuesday after a lengthy debate.
A council aide said the measure will allow the city to provide a 21st century public transportation service.
“Over Lyft should stay in Cincinnati because it is a safe, efficient way to move around the city,” said Christy Mitchell who drives for Lyft. “It builds community and is a positive influence in our area.”