This Week in Rideshare: Food trucks, Prop 22 and Waymo.

Voters get fed, an engineer speaks out, and Waymo rolls onto the road. LegalRideshare breaks it down.

MONDAY 10/5/20

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In an effort to keep voters happy, Uber Eats is rolling out food trucks. Travel+ Leisure explains:

TUESDAY 10/6/20

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In a startling announcement, an Uber engineer goes public against Prop 22. Tech Crunch reported:


Uber is going beyond food. Fortune explains:

THURSDAY 10/8/20

The push for Prop 22 has now gone…mobile. La Times explains:

FRIDAY 10/9/20

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It appears self-driving cars…are actually here. Washington Post has more:

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