Uber’s surge in traffic volume may be one of the most important signs of its success in 2017.
But it’s not necessarily the only one.
Here’s what’s driving the increase in traffic volumes.
What does it mean for drivers?
Uber’s increased traffic volume, especially during peak hours, is having a big impact on the lives of Uber’s drivers.
Uber has become one of Silicon Valley’s biggest sources of revenue.
As Uber’s growth has accelerated, it’s become the biggest driver of rides in the country, according to a new report from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
In fact, Uber drivers are among the highest-paid in the industry.
According to Uber’s driver-partners database, Uber has earned more than $12 billion in drivers’ earnings since 2009.
Drivers make a lot of money for Uber because they’re able to make more money by charging higher fares.
Drivers have been making less money since the beginning of the year than they did a year ago.
But they’re making even more money now than they were a year earlier, according, as the Washington Post points out.
This is because Uber has increased the volume of its rides to fill up the number of seats it can fit into its cars.
And drivers are now earning more than they ever have in Uber’s history.
In the past year, Uber’s demand for driver service has grown exponentially.
According, the company’s average daily ridership has increased more than fivefold since last year.
In addition, Uber now has more than 20,000 drivers in over 400 cities.
Uber’s increased demand for drivers is putting a lot more strain on its drivers.
For example, in some parts of the country where Uber drivers aren’t making as much money, they’re also seeing more accidents.
Uber’s data suggests that drivers who work on average 40 hours per week now work an average of 50 hours per year.
Driving Uber can be stressful.
And some drivers are taking a toll.
According to the Washington Times, drivers who have taken the time to make a video about their experience with Uber are more likely to take an Uber if they can pay for it with a credit card or other financial institution.
Uber doesn’t disclose driver payments, but a recent study from the Washington State Department of Labor found that drivers have paid for more than 70 percent of the rides they’ve taken with Uber.
Uber also pays drivers for extra time, but it doesn’t reveal how much time they actually take.
The surge in demand for Uber is making drivers’ wages even less stable.
Uber recently announced a wage freeze, which could have an effect on some drivers.
But drivers say the wage freeze will likely not have an impact on their pay.
In addition, a large number of drivers are leaving Uber in search of better employment options.
The Times found that more than a third of Uber drivers said they would no longer be driving for Uber in the future.
Driers are often left in the lurch when Uber changes its pricing model, or the cost of doing business for drivers increases.
Uber is also facing growing competition from Lyft, Lyft’s parent company.
A recent report from Uber found that the two companies have been combining their rideshare businesses to drive a larger share of the traffic in the U.S. Uber already has the largest market share in the rideshare business.
In 2017, Uber and Lyft are in a legal dispute over whether they can combine to form a new company.
The dispute stems from Uber drivers’ dissatisfaction with Lyft drivers’ compensation packages, which are not based on driving hours but instead are based on the number and quality of passengers that a driver takes in.
Uber drivers have been fighting for more compensation for years, but the new wage freeze could change that.
It could force drivers to negotiate higher wages, potentially leading to a pay hike.