RIDESHARING MAY SOON BE A GO IN ASHLAND. TUESDAY NIGHT, THE CITY COUNCIL CHANGED A SECTION OF ONE OF THE ORDINANCES. CHANGES THAT APPARENTLY LIFTS RESTRICTIONS THAT UBER AND LYFT SMILED ABOUT. THE CHANGE WOULD SLICE AWAY VEHICLE INSPECTIONS AND MANDATORY WHEELCHAIR-ACCESS VEHICLES. NEWS 10 SAYS THAT THE NEW ORDINANCE TAKES EFFECT IN 30 DAYS.