Lyft and Uber join forces to create a registry of abusive drivers

More than a year after Uber released its first safety report , the ride-hailing company and its competitor Lyft have created the Industry Sharing Safety Program. It might be a bland name, but it's a positive step for passenger safety, especially in the effort to prevent sexual violence.
Announced on Thursday, the program involves a shared list of deactivated drivers booted off the platforms after complaints of unsafe behavior including sexual and physical assault. The program is a joint effort to keep passengers protected after known safety incidents. The program hopes to keep, say, a deactivated Uber driver involved in a sexual assault case from later joining Lyft. Read more... More about Uber , Lyft , Tech , and Transportation

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