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** Local Rides Monday -Friday 430am -530pm Unless previously scheduled. Uber has hurt some other transportation businesses in Fort Collins since arriving six months ago. (Photo: Mosa'ab Elshamy/AP) Uber's success since arriving in Fort Collins six months ago is hurting other transportation providers in the city. Will McCollum, general manager of Uber Colorado, would not give exact numbers indicating the San Francisco-based company's growth in Fort Collins, but he said it does not have "near enough" drivers to handle its ever-growing amount of customers. McCollum insisted Uber is not competition to fellow transportation services in Fort Collins, but a "complement.'' "We want to be a part of the transportation options,'' he said. "We want everyone to grow and get around and to know their towns, and we're happy to do that.'' But Terri Ogan, owner and operator of Sapphire Car Services in Fort Collins, said Uber is far more than just an option. It has dominated the field, affecting her business, a 24/7 transportation service she opened in November 2009. "At this point, it'll be easiest just to get rid of a car," Ogan said of her company that owns six vehicles and employs eight drivers. She said Uber has made business harder in what is already "a tough industry." Sapphire operates under Colorado Public Utilities Commission regulations, which Ogan said can shut down her business or slap it with heavy fines for not strictly following protocol. Uber is not required to follow the same regulations as her business, Ogan said. "That makes it so much harder to compete with Joe Blow who's driving his Subaru around," she said. "We can't just drive anything." Ogan said she is grateful for the support Fort Collins has shown Sapphire, but she wishes the city would have utilized local businesses before embracing the global transportation app. Ogan's competitor, Lynnae Graves, owner and operator of Genesis Car Services, estimated Uber has caused a 15 to 20 percent drop in her clientele. "It's been tough, but we do what we can," Graves said. Graves said she has explored other avenues of revenue in markets outside of Uber's reach, like taking care of regular customers and offering medical transport. But she still thinks Uber's arrival in town is not unlike "Wal-Mart coming to town and shutting down the country store." "We don't talk badly about Uber. We have nothing against them," said Graves, who oversees eight vehicles and 13 drivers. It's just unfair." Graves said she spoke to a CPUC investigator last week who confirmed Uber does not have to oblige by the same rules, or has to pay similar "beaucoup costs" Graves said shed does for insurance. Messages left with the commission were not immediately returned Monday, which was a holiday for state offices. "We just want people to know that we're local, that you know us," Graves said, referring to the amicable working relationship she has with Ogan. "We're just two local business owners trying to get by." The main taxi service in Fort Collins, Yellow Cab, operates more than 50 cabs in Fort Collins and Northern Colorado that provide more than 200,000 rides annually, according to its website. But it is unclear how Uber has affected that sizable fleet, as messages left with manager Todd Michaels were not returned.
As for Transfort, it has not seen a dip in riders since August, when Uber added Fort Collins to its list of more than 200 cities and 60 countries. But transit planner Emma Belmont also does not believe it is in direct competition with the city's public transit. "It's more of a concept in the taxi market," Belmont said. "It hasn't had much of an impact on us." Transfort — which gave more than 2.6 million rides in 2014 and whose MAX route on Mason Street has seen an average of 2,800 riders a day since launching last May — provides a far different service, Belmont said. And because of that, she believes public transit customers will not be switching to Uber any time soon. "We have different riderships," Belmont said."They get you exactly where you need to go, and we bring you point to point." Medical Marijuana FAQ.
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