Drivers statewide want to work with legislative leaders in the coming months to shape a better future for app-based rideshare and delivery drivers.
Study illustrates the profound reliance of Massachusetts residents and businesses on app-based rideshare and delivery drivers.
Chamber representing 2,100 members pledges support for driver flexibility, with increased access to benefits BOSTON, MA – July 12, 2022 – The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has officially endorsed the ongoing efforts of the Flexibility & Benefits for Massachusetts Drivers committee. The chamber joins a growing list of supporters who stand with drivers...
A clear majority of Massachusetts voters and rideshare and delivery drivers both supported and would have passed this ballot question into law. That’s exactly why opponents resorted to litigation to subvert the democratic process and deny voters the right to make their own decision. The future of these services and...
“Restaurants, hotels, local shops and entrepreneurs in our area all rely on the services provided by app-based rideshare and delivery drivers."
"Working with rideshare and delivery companies has proven to be a critical source of income for the families of many of Boston's youth and young adults."
Ballot question guarantees that non-drivers will continue to be protected by comprehensive insurance policies.
“App-based delivery drivers were there for us during the pandemic when our businesses weren’t able to welcome the public inside. They are the reason some of us are still in business today."
“We sadly have a deficit of public transportation here in Western Mass and are in a transportation desert. This sector works to fill that gap."
“Why do you want to try to fix something that’s not broken?”