New York City taxi regulators have been sued by Lyft and Juno over rules establishing a minimum wage for rideshare drivers. The policy, which went into effect on February 1, is expected to see drivers receive at least $17.22 per
Mayor Muriel Bowser has not yet signed into law the public bathroom access bill passed late last year by the DC City Council. The legislation, which Drive United supports, would create a task force to recommend locations for stand-alone 24/7
Drivers in the Big Apple can expect a raise at the start of next year. Regulators in New York City last week voted to impose a minimum wage on the rideshare industry, creating the first such rules in the country
Uber and Lyft drivers working late at night and into the early hours of the morning are as familiar with this problem as anyone else in DC: when you need to go, it depends on who and what you know.
Drivers and riders are now able to report claims of sexual misconduct to Uber if they are victimized while using the rideshare service. The company said that it’s collecting complaints on incidents ranging from harassment to sexual assault. Uber representatives