Residents of Syracuse are preparing for Tuesday’s mayoral primary, and the Democratic Party is still “divided against itself,” according to Syracuse.com.
Even though there has been a significant boost in both infrastructure and enrollment, Democrats continue to raise concerns about losing their groundwork.
For years, residents of cities like Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo have been waiting for the day when they could call an Uber. Soon, the wait may be over.
In the following weeks, the state Assembly and Senate will have the opportunity to approve various bills that could immensely benefit upstate New York residents in need of a ride. Lyft and Uber, two popular ride-sharing apps, could soon be expanding to the area, according to Syracuse.com.