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Driver-Led Prop 22 Pay Study: 12000 Rides Shows We Make $6.20 per Hour Average
RDU Drivers Pool Data from 12000 Rides and Show the World What Prop 22 Really Is The study:  The study is available here at https://plcylk.org/prop22study. Our earlier study on how Prop 22 is not helping drivers with health benefits, is here: https://nationalequityatlas.org/prop22 Where did this com
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Rideshare Drivers’ Safety Complaint Against Lyft & Uber Results in CalOSHA Extending Workplace Protections to Gig Workers
Last week, we scored a big victory on behalf of California drivers! In February, over 2000 drivers and supporters signed our petition to stop Lyft from forcing drivers to accept shared rides during a COVID surge. When Lyft wouldn't take our petition, we filed safety complaints with CalOSHA against b
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Drivers Sue to Block Uber, Lyft’s Illegal Price Fixing!
June 21, 2022 Today, three drivers filed a lawsuit in California to stop illegal price fixing by Uber and Lyft.  Rideshare Drivers United worked with the non-profit worker rights law firm, Towards Justice, to bring the lawsuit to light. RDU is not a plaintiff in the case and we stand strongly behind
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UPDATES FROM BEHIND THE WHEEL
CALIFORNIA //  April 2022  CAMPAIGN UPDATE// //Driver’s Win! Lyft Cancels Shared Rides after Driver Protest By Tyler Sandness (Driver Since 2018)  In early January, drivers in both San Diego and Los Angeles received notices from Lyft that they would be piloting a restart of their shared ri
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Lyft Shared Rides Flash Action Results
Lyft Shared Rides Flash Action Results Yesterday, the RDU Safety Committee issued our demands to Lyft that they cancel the shared rides program, with 2,100 Southern California drivers signed onto the RDU petition. When we delivered it to the Monrovia Hub employees, they refused to accept the petitio
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NEWS FROM BEHIND THE WHEEL - WAGE CLAIMS UPDATE
 CALIFORNIA //  December 2021 LEGAL UPDATES //What happened to our wage claims? In 2020, more than 5000 of us filed wage claims with the California Labor Commission, totaling more than $1.3 billion in wages, benefits, and damages owed us. It was an unprecedented number of wage claims on ju
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