Female cab drivers break into India’s hostile male profession
by Aparna Alluri
Chandni Gautam, above, is one of the first of her kind; a female cab driver in India. Gautam works for a company employing and training women to become cab drivers and chauffeurs. But the job is about more than getting a license. It means going to work in openly hostile field, where road rage, physical threats […]
Aug 21, 2012
Immigrant drivers switch sides in the taxi vs ride-share debate
by Jillian Stampher
Has the explosion of new ride-share services in Seattle hurt immigrant taxi operators? It depends on who they’re driving for.
Oct 30, 2013
New Lyft driver sees potential in spite of rideshare caps
by Sanda Htyte
Seattle is now the first city in the nation to place driver limits on rideshares. A new Lyft driver weighs in on her experience with the company.
Mar 18, 2014
Globalist asks the Candidates: Seattle regulations for Uber and Lyft?
by Venice Buhain
Should Seattle have regulations for rideshare services and drivers allowed to form unions? The Seattle Globalist asked the Seattle City Council candidates.
Oct 18, 2015
Uber, Lyft and taxi drivers rally for better wages
by Jovelle Tamayo
Uber and Lyft drivers are keeping up the pressure on Seattle elected officials to allow union representation for ride-share services.
Nov 18, 2015