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Would love to see the Lyft and Uber drivers do their own app in a co-op structure.

Council approves fee increase for Uber, Lyft rides at airport: #abc15 

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The chairman of the House Transportation Committee warned that Uber and Lyft may soon face stepped-up oversight

BREAKING: @CityofPhoenixAZ  Council approves new fees for ride-hailing pickups and drop-offs at Sky Harbor Airport for companies such as Uber and Lyft.

UPDATE: The city council voted 7-2 to approve a fee increase for taking an Uber or Lyft to or from Sky Harbor Airport to $4 each way starting in 2020.

Uber and Lyft executives skip Congressional hearing on ride-sharing issues

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Members of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure called on Uber and Lyft to clean up their act, even though neither company sent representatives to the hearing @AP  reporting

Members of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure called on Uber and Lyft to clean up their act.


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Uber says it can't pay its drivers more money, but rewarded its CEO with nearly $50 million last year. People who work for multibillion-dollar companies should not have to work 70 or 80 hours a week to get by. I stand with the Uber and Lyft drivers going on strike on May 8.

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Uber and Lyft drivers are struggling as they work for billion-dollar companies. These drivers are not “independent contractors”—they are employees who deserve rights and benefits. I stand in solidarity with them as they strike today for a dignified life.

Uber is not a poor company. It paid its top five executives $143 million in compensation last year, including $45 million to its CEO. So why are Uber drivers struggling to put food on the table? I stand with striking Uber and Lyft drivers today. The greed has got to end.

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The New York Post boycott, organized by Yemeni bodega owners, is also receiving support from some Uber and Lyft drivers in New York, who are helping spread the news about the boycott from one merchant to another:

Uber and Lyft are offering free rides to the polls on Election Day

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A lot of people cannot afford to use Uber, Lyft, or a taxi. They take the bus or use other mass transit.