Uber and Lyft Drivers Protest on the Brooklyn Bridge – Big Apple Taxi

According to the Independent Drivers Guild (IDG), more than 500 New York Uber and Lyft drivers braved frigid temperatures on December 19 to protest a State Supreme Court judge’s decision to grant Uber’s request to temporarily halt pay raises for its drivers. Displaying flags, signs, and posters, IDG drivers caravanned over the Brooklyn Bridge and into Manhattan to circle the New York Courthouses at 60 Centre Street and Foley Square, where they held a rally on the courthouse steps demanding Uber drop the suit and pay up. The pay increase was supposed to go into effect on the day of the caravan.

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