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This week on The Daily Beat: Uber vs. Yellow Cabs: Which is truly more economically viable for NYC?
Today on the Daily Beat, Thursday July 30, 2015: We hear from the New York Taxi Workers Alliance on their strategy to fight Uber.
Uber is transforming the platform for transportation around the world, especially in NYC with a long history of employing the working class as full-time yellow cabbies.
While Uber spends millions on lobbyists to convince policymakers that this transformation is a positive development, politicians in general – especially at the municipal level – are far from convinced. Politicians, with the support of associations like the New York Taxi Workers Association, question and dissent the positive story of Uber.
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