A driver for Uber Technologies Inc. arrives at an authorized customer pickup area at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, in Seattle last year. The number of license applications received by the city of Tacoma from January through March — 863 — surpasses licenses granted in 2015, the first full year Uber and Lyft were regulated in Tacoma
A driver for Uber Technologies Inc. arrives at an authorized customer pickup area at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, in Seattle last year. The number of license applications received by the city of Tacoma from January through March — 863 — surpasses licenses granted in 2015, the first full year Uber and Lyft were regulated in Tacoma Ted S. Warren Associated Press file, 2016
A driver for Uber Technologies Inc. arrives at an authorized customer pickup area at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, in Seattle last year. The number of license applications received by the city of Tacoma from January through March — 863 — surpasses licenses granted in 2015, the first full year Uber and Lyft were regulated in Tacoma Ted S. Warren Associated Press file, 2016

Tacoma’s latest growth industry: Driving for Uber or Lyft

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