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"Swift" Justice: NY Drivers Push Back On Unfair Uber Pay

Posted on February 24, 2016

The Uber Drivers Network, a vocal group of Uber and Lyft drivers who have organized strikes and protests in New York City, will soon have a new tool to wield in their battle for better working terms. As early as this month, instead of petitioning Uber and Lyft, the group plans to launch its own ride-hailing app to compete with them.

The group has been working with a development company for about a year to design and produce the app, which the group currently calls "Swift."

Fast Company article here

Related Topics: apps, driver behavior, driver pay, employee wages, New York operators, on-demand service, startup, TNCs, Uber, vehicle apps

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