In a preliminary hearing with a judge in the UK, Uber will know the decision of their appeal sometime next year starting from April but it can be delayed until June. In a report by Reuters, Transport for London ruled in September that the ride-hailing service’s approach and conduct were not fit and proper to hold a private vehicle hire license.
Uber lost its license to operate in London recently in September when the city’s transport regulator Transport for London (TfL) refused to renew their license. Uber appealed the decision and the service are still up and running through the appeal process.
New Uber CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, visited the London officials and promised to work with TfL to make sure the company’s license is reinstated.
“We filed our appeal so that we can continue serving millions of riders and tens of thousands of drivers in London,” said an Uber spokeswoman in a statement to cNet. “However, we continue having constructive discussions with Transport for London in order to resolve this. As our new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has said, we are determined to make things right.”