The growing number of transaction-based companies and application-based transport today is a very exciting thing on one side, yet it creates a polemic on the other. The application of different legal rules leads to unhealthy competition among transport companies, other equally important issues are consumer protection and legal status and protection for service providers (drivers). This study uses normative legal research, ie research that refers to the legal norms contained in legislation. Data Source in this research is secondary data consisting of primary law material, secondary law material and tertiary law material. The results suggest that legal constructions created from online transactions and transport vary depending on the type of service requested. The regulation of legal protection for consumers is unclear in application-based transactions and services, nor is there any regulation of risk sharing that may occur at any time due to coercive or overmacht circumstances. The legal umbrella of law-based transport lawyers is the Civil Code, while the transport problem is the public sphere, which requires administrative arrangements from the government.