Due to the rapid development of information and communicationtechnology and the rise of social network shared service activities, the establishment of an online platform that provides the transportation services is the best known as Uber. For this new transportation network companies, the
first concern of government authorities is the legality of the transportation network companies. The purpose of this study is to analyze the multi-legal relationship under the innovative transportation information service platform model. By collecting various countries’ regulations on Uber operations and regarding the disputes between the relevant regulations on taxi transportation services and the emerging transportation service platform, results of this studycould provide references for the competent authority to adjust laws or regulations, management mechanism, and the transportation industry to adjust their operating strategies. However, after amending Article 103-1 of the
Regulations for the Management of the Automobile Transportation Industry, whether such a wide range of legal authorizations complies with the principles of legal reservation, principle of legal certainty, and proportionality principles should be further explored. It is recommended that use the Internet or Apps to call a vehicle as one of the tools to match the needs of passengers and driver. No
matter what platform is used for ride-sourcing, they should have relevant
licenses and insurances. In the future, there will still be innovative transportation economic service models, or new types of vehicles such as drones, self-driving vehicles etc. This innovative transportation service platform will encounter many challenges in the suitability of existing laws and regulations, and subsequent continuous research and analysis are required. Therefore, it is
recommended that the government authorities should develop special laws or regulations for this innovative transportation information service platform for the sharing economy. For example, California has the supervision and management of the network transportation industry, standardizing the use of network applications or platforms providing reservation-based transportation
services to match the customers and vehicles.