Chicago cabbies and ride-share workers join forces, urge cap on Uber and Lyft cars

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  • Friday, 02 Nov 2018

Chicago taxi and ride-share drivers have joined forces to try to limit the number of Uber and Lyft cars in the city. (Richard B. Levine/Sipa USA/TNS)

CHICAGO: Chicago taxi and ride-share drivers, bitter rivals on the road, have joined forces to seek legislation to limit the number of Uber and Lyft cars in the city. 

Drivers representing Chicago Rideshare Advocates and Cab Drivers United called for regulations similar to those recently enacted in New York City, which put a one-year moratorium on new for-hire vehicle licenses. 

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