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Uber Drivers Threaten Strike During Super Bowl 50

Posted on February 5, 2016

If you’re looking for a ride to or from the Super Bowl, the world’s largest unofficial taxi company might not be an option.

Some Uber drivers in the greater San Francisco Bay area say they’ll be boycotting the roads during the big game on Sunday, in protest of the ride hailing giant’s wage policies.

Time/Money Magazine article here

Related article: More Than 60% Of Uber Drivers Think Of Quitting

Related Topics: California operators, driver behavior, driver pay, employee wages, special events, Super Bowl, TNCs, Uber, UberX

Comments ( 2 )
  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    The ceo of guber has failed, lowering rates for his illegal monopoly :) IPO, thats another joke and insult to the investment community.....oh the same that created the housing market crisis with no one in jail. Free ice cream promotion......lol what community college did that executive attend. I think the ceo should simply run a paper route :)

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