Study Finds Uber,Lyft Drivers Show Bias Against Women and Blacks
Study finds Uber, Lyft drivers show bias against blacks, women
By Daniel DeMay
October 31, 2016Updated: October 31, 2016 4:32pm
Photo: Paul Chinn, The Chronicle
A fleet of Toyota Priuses are parked in the Evercar lot in San Francisco, Calif. on Aug. 30, 2016. Clients enrolling in the Evercar program can rent a Prius for $8 an hour to drive for either the Uber and Lyft ride sharing services.
A newly published study found that being white or male can be an advantage in getting a ride from Uber and Lyft drivers.