Panel to recommend reforming taxi regulations, strengthening fairness and due process for drivers

In November 2014 a panel of community, religious and academic leaders from Chicago convened a Taxi Drivers’ Workers Rights Board Hearing to hear from taxi drivers about their treatment by the City agencies that establish and enforce the rules that govern their profession.  Dozens of drivers provided testimony, both written and oral.  The panel, chaired by University of Illinois Professor Robert Bruno, found that the system that the city has established to impose tickets, fines and licensure threats on drivers is at the root of escalating collective worker anger and in need of systemic reform.

Taxi Drivers' Workers Rights Board Report

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