Uber and Lyft Drivers Protest Low Pay and Poor Working Conditions in NYC

HeadlineSep 18, 2019

Here in New York, hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers joined a slow-vehicle procession across the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday morning, snarling rush hour traffic to protest changes to the ride-hailing services they say will cheat them out of city pay regulations. The drivers took their protest procession up Manhattan’s East Side to Gracie Mansion, the home of New York City’s mayor and 2020 presidential hopeful Bill de Blasio, calling on him to intervene.

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