Most residents in Vancouver believe that people wishing to drive for Uber, Lyft or other rider services should obtain permission for a Class 4 driver license that requires more training, An Investigating Inquiry inquiry has been found.
The NDP government introduced legislation last week to allow companies to work on companies to work in B.C., apparently in 2019.
The legislation, which requires all cyclists to occupy a commercial Class 4 license and be required under recorded crime tests, is seen as among the most restricted in North America.
In an Online Research survey, 57 per cent of the Vancouverites Metro said they were licensed drivers to work commercially for a commercial service.
According to their voting, nearly half of the Vancouverites Metro (49 per cent) Believe the next fall also a reasonable timetable to share sharing in B.C., because it is a take a time to review the impact of cycling on transport options; already.
However, 42 per cent of respondents believe that the department should be able to; Observe the legislation and include a voyage to B.C. faster.
Two-thirds of respondents (66 per cent) said they wanted the department's government to include a number of cycling drivers to reduce traffic reduction.
The survey of 700 adults was held November 24-25. A mistake marginal is larger or smaller 3.7 percentage points, 19 out of 20.