The Council’s License Committee will resume last week’s meeting to take action on a plan to amend the city’s licensing and application requirements for taxis, ride-share cars, horse-drawn carriages, and pedicabs.

The plan from the city’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection got shelved at last week’s meeting, after cabbies and taxi industry officials argued the proliferation of ride-share cars is pushing their business towards the verge of collapse. They have been demanding that the city require drivers for Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing apps obtain a public chauffeur’s license, which is required of taxi drivers.

The ordinance was drafted in consultation with a task force Mayor Rahm Emanuel put together in 2014 to “strengthen the taxi industry and create a fairer environment for taxicab drivers.” But several members of that Taxicab Driver Fairness Task Force testified the ordinance barely addressed their concerns.