Discussion on cab aggregators and their impact on mobility and livelihoods

Bengaluru Bus Prayanikara Vedike, a bus commuters’ rights forum, is having a public discussion on the impact that cab aggregators like Ola, Uber have on mobility and livelihoods on 23rd August. Researchers on mobility, the gig economy, and representatives of the drivers will join them.

The speakers are:

  • Kaveri Medappa – Doctoral Researcher, University of Sussex
  • Sudeept Maiti – Senior Manager, Integrated Transport, World Resources Institute
  • Tanveer Pasha – President, Ola and Uber Owners and Drivers Association

Event details:

Date & Time: 23 August, 2019 at 6pm
Venue: Vishranti Nilayam, Infantry road, Bengaluru (Opp. ‘The Hindu’ office)

[ This article is based on a press release from Bengaluru Bus Prayanikara Vedike, and has been republished with minimal edits.]

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