Uber says it’s mended its ways in London.
The taxi app told a court on Tuesday (September 15) that it had addressed all concerns over safety.
That as it battles to win back an operating licence in one of its most important cities.
Transport for London has refused to grant the Silicon Valley-based company a new licence over what it says were failures on safety and security.
It says Uber allowed unauthorised drivers to upload their photos to valid accounts.
That resulted in at least 14,000 trips where drivers other than those advertised picked up passengers.
On Tuesday Uber said it had fixed all such problems, by improving document verification, and rolling out real-time identification systems.
In documents submitted to the court it insists it is fit and proper to operate the ride-hailing service.
For now Uber’s 45,000 drivers in London are still able to operate while the appeals process is exhausted.
That could take months, or even years.
This week’s hearings will run until Thursday (September 17) at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.