Minneapolis Mayor Urges Reconsideration Of Rideshare Ordinance

(Minneapolis, MN) — Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is leading efforts to persuade the City Council to revisit a recent ordinance that could lead to rideshare giants Uber and Lyft leaving the market. The ordinance, which mandates increased driver pay, has prompted concerns from various groups, including representatives for people with disabilities, older residents, and tourism leaders. Frey emphasizes the importance of considering the impact on those who rely on rideshare services, criticizing the timing of the ordinance’s implementation in light of a statewide report analyzing rideshare data.

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