SEATTLE — Drive through Downtown Seattle and you'll see Uber and Lyft drivers, sometimes with hazard lights on, stopped in traffic lanes to pick up or drop off riders.
It can block traffic and be unsafe for passengers getting in and out of the cars.
"In an ideal world we wouldn't do that, but sometimes there's no choice," said Michael Wolfe, a ride-share driver and leader of Drive Forward Seattle, a group founded by the industry to fight a unionization effort.
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