If you’re on a corner in NYC waiting for your Uber, it might be a little late. Like a year. The city just announced a 12-month pause when it comes to issuing new licenses. “New York would be the first city in the U.S. to cap the number of Uber and Lyft vehicles, as well as establish a minimum wage for drivers. It would also impose a new license requirement with more robust data-sharing requirements for the fiercely proprietary companies.” CityLab: New York City Just Changed the Uber Game. (If you can’t find a car, you can always try to squeeze on the back of someone’s scooter…)