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You can either sign up with an email address or through your Gmail or Facebook account.
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The New York City Council is proposing a cap on the number of ride-hailing vehicles to operate in New York City. In the past, companies like Uber and Lyft have been able to fight off the city’s attempts to regulate the companies. However, this time the city may actually win.
The proposal will give the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission authority to regulate the number of cars on the road, minimum wages, and more. And, there would be a 12-month freeze on new Uber and Lyft vehicles while the city conducts research on the impact of rideshare ...read more
The newest job in the gig-economy might surprise you. A couple weeks ago, we told you about how electric scooter companies are starting to emerge in the ride-sharing world.
Now, people are capitalizing on the opportunities that come with these new industries. There are two new roles emerging in the electric scooter industry: chargers and mechanics.
Cities have not yet figured out how electric scooters will fit into the overall landscape of public transportation, especially considering the scooters are left on the sidewalks of often busy streets.
With these scooter companies starting to operate in more and more cities across ...read more
Rideshare driver pay should be simple. Once a fare is completed, the rideshare company takes their commission percentage plus any company fees and the driver pockets the rest. However, as we all know, driver pay is not this simple and calculating how much drivers really make after all expenses and down time can be near impossible.
Our friends at Ridester want to shed some light on how much rideshare drivers really make across the United States. In order to better understand driver pay they are asking all rideshare drivers to please fill out this quick survey. Please help them out ...read more