Save Uber in Miami-Dade


On Wednesday, January 20, the Miami-Dade County Commission meets to vote on two different ordinances that will decide the future of ridesharing in Miami-Dade.

One proposal welcomes Uber to Miami-Dade, and would create a permanent home for ridesharing here.

But the other proposal, sponsored by Chairman Monestime, is one of the most hostile ridesharing laws in the country – and, if passed, would make it impossible for Uber to continue operating.

Our riders and driver-partners have incredibly powerful voices. Contact Chairman Monestime to share what Uber means to you and your family, and what your life would change without access to safe, reliable rides.



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