An Uber spokesperson provided the following statement to Engadget on this news: “Uber celebrates riders and drivers staying on the road in Philadelphia, but the Commonwealth still needs permanent ridesharing legislation from the General Assembly. If Harrisburg does not act in the next two weeks, hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians could again lose access to affordable transportation and meaningful income opportunities.”

In a statement emailed to TechCrunch a Lyft spokesperson added: “We are encouraged by today’s news and remain focused on working with legislators in Harrisburg to pass permanent rules for ridesharing in Pennsylvania.”