You might have trouble getting an Uber or Lyft today as many ride-share drivers are planning to strike. Here's more info from WGN:
Ride-share drivers across the country, including in Chicago, are staging a one-day strike.
Riders may feel the slow down or notice the surge pricing as they try to catch a ride.
This week, Uber will follow Lyft on the public market with what is expected to be one of the largest new tech stock debuts this year. It’s valued at about $80 billion.
Dozens of drivers are also planning to demonstrate in the loop Wednesday at 3 p.m. and march towards City Hall.