Publication: July 9, 2019
Published: One of us has been an Uber driver for three years. The other is the president of a large union that has helped workers traditionally excluded from

abor protections and the right to join together turn their jobs into good, family-sustaining ones and win a voice at work. Driving for Uber, I’ve seen first hand how app-based services, like Uber and Lyft, have given riders unprecedented convenience and a way to save time, one of our most valued commodities. I often get comments from my riders about how grateful they are for being able to focus on something they would rather focus on, by having someone like me get them quickly and safely to where they need to go.