Today, Governor Quinn officially signed SB 2774 — the bill designed to give ridesharing a permanent home in Illinois.
This past August, Governor Quinn vetoed HB 4075, a bill that would have ended uberX as we know it in Illinois. Thank you for all your support. We’re thrilled that the Governor chose innovation over the status quo by supporting ridesharing in Illinois, but we need to make sure the state legislature doesn’t override the governor’s veto in the upcoming session. We need your help.
Governor Quinn showed us he is a champion for uberX and ridesharing today by veto’ing HB 4075. His decision to protect consumer choice and promote competition on Illinois’ streets shows his commitment to economic growth in Illinois.
Uber Chicago arrived at the Thompson Center to demonstrate the impact uberX has made on Illinois. We delivered over 75,000 petition signatures to Governor Quinn’s City of Chicago office to veto HB 4075 and save uberX. There’s still time to take action!
Sign the petition to tell Governor Quinn to veto HB 4075 and save uberX! Your right to transportation choice as an Illinois consumer is one signature away from disappearing.
Legislators in Springfield are being asked to approve protectionist legislation that would limit YOUR access to high quality, low cost transportation in Chicago, destroy the equivalent of thousands of jobs, and effectively shut down uberX in Chicago.
Introducing ridesharing on uberX in Chicago.