Between the lines: Uber's driver wages under increased scrutiny

An Uber logo in a windshield
An Uber logo in the windshield of a car. Hpoto: Smith Collection/Gado via Getty Images

The New York City Taxi and Limousine commission is making its latest attempt to legislate a minimum wage for ride-hailing app drivers, reports the New York Times.

Between the lines: New York is one of many cities considering regulations to better the lives of ride hailing drivers after an MIT study determined that Uber and Lyft drivers are making a profit of $3.37 per hour. Drivers fear they aren't making enough to support themselves.