Driver earnings 8-15% lower in Bengaluru than in other cities, says Uber exec
- Karnataka has fixed a maximum and minimum fare for cab aggregators, with slabs based on the cost of the vehicle
- There has been a lot of protests against the 'surge pricing' or 'dynamic pricing' mechanism
BENGALURU : Compared to other cities in India, driver earnings are much lower even as wait times are rising in Bengaluru due to regulatory caps on dynamic pricing introduced by the Karnataka Government and slow growth in compressed natural gas (CNG) adoption, a top executive from Uber said on Thursday.
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