A St. Louis circuit court judge extended the temporary restraining order against Lyft, meaning the peer-to-peer ride sharing app won’t be able to do business in the city until he makes an official ruling, which could come at any time. Lyft opened for business in St. Louis in mid-April. Just a few days later, it was handed a temporary restraining order prohibiting it from doing business in the city or county. The Metropolitan Taxicab Commission maintains Lyft should fall under its regulations. Lyft says its business model excludes it from those regulations.