Since our launch 5 months ago, Uber has made great strides in creating a convenient, efficient, and classy transportation alternative in Denver. Uber’s technology platform has improved transportation options for thousands of Denverites, and has helped grow the small businesses of hundreds of our driver partners.
Unfortunately, the Colorado Public Utilities Commission proposed rule changes this month which, if enacted, would shut UberDenver down. We need your help to prevent these regulations from taking effect!
Our Blog details the damaging rules changes that would end Uber’s ability to operate in Denver. Consumer choice and accountability would be reduced and the incomes of hundreds of Denver drivers that depend on Uber would be significantly and negatively impacted.
TAKE ACTION NOW!
It’s up to all of us to let state officials know the impact of these changes. We believe Colorado Governor Hickenlooper and other state officials are friends of innovation and will be receptive and responsive to our cause. Here’s what you can do:
1) Contact Gov. Hickenlooper and tell him, "Save Uber in Colorado! Withdraw PUC Rules Changes to sections 6001, 6301, & 6309."
Email Gov. Hickenlooper
Tweet to @hickforco
Write on Gov. Hickenlooper’s Facebook Wall
2) Contact the Colorado PUC Directly:
Email Joshua Epel, Chairman
Email Doug Dean, Director
3) Sign this petition to show the PUC your #UberDENVERLove!
Please help keep Uber moving Denver forward – we can’t do it without you!
Will McCollum -
UberDenver General Manager