We’ll have a conversation with ride-hailing drivers, from taxis to Uber about how the industry ought to be regulated.
On Monday, San Francisco subpoenaed Uber and Lyft records to investigate the companies’ practices providing service to poor neighborhoods and whether drivers create unsafe road conditions. The companies have also come under fire for their use of independent contractors and their impact on traffic.
We’ll open up the lines and invite drivers and passengers to share their perspectives.
Kelly Dessaint, a taxi driver in San Francisco
Ron Childress, a driver for Uber
The San Francisco Examiner: SF wants access to Uber and Lyft data to tackle traffic congestion
The San Francisco Chronicle: Long-distance Uber, Lyft drivers’ crazy commutes, marathon days, big paychecks