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The city is set to tack on another 15 cents to each ride this year, and another 5 cents in 2019.

Lincoln Park »

After CTA shutdown led to huge price hikes, an alderman vowed to end surging  — but hit a roadblock.

Downtown »

In the age of Uber and Lyft, the decline in cab rides is far steeper than in previous years.

Downtown »

Rapper Jeremy Mitchell quit his job to drive for Lyft — and it's helped his music, he said.

Lincoln Park »

City officials said ride-share companies jacked fares during a CTA emergency earlier this month.

Downtown »

Police say there have been at least five incidents in recent months on the North Side.

Lakeview »

The ride hailing company runs six fixed-route lines during rush hour, much like CTA buses.

Lincoln Park »

The new cars were required by new regulations for ride-hailing services passed by the Council in June.

Lincoln Park »

Riders who are either tricked or just confused have been victims of rapes and robberies, police said.

Bronzeville »

The Bronzeville native received national attention after performing a skit aimed at Donald Trump.

Wrigleyville »

Uber and Lyft are a little more expensive Thursday morning.

Downtown »

It comes just as ride-hailing services won a suit with Chicago against cabs in a federal appeals ruling.

Rogers Park »

There were 3.3 million fewer trips in the first half of 2016 than during the same period last year.

Wicker Park »

Parlor Pizza Bar, Benchmark, Au Cheval and Bottled Blonde also are popular spots for ride-sharers.

The Loop »

"You think there's nothing new about Uber?" Judge Richard Posner said. "That's absurd."