INQUIRING REPORTER: What do you think of the B.C. government's ridesharing delay?

Your Uber is not arriving, at least not yet. After offering up ridesharing and ride-hailing services as a big part of its election campaign, the B.C. NDP announced last week that it planned to increase the number of taxis in the province by 15 per cent – but also noted that services such as Uber and Lyft wouldn’t be available to people until at least fall 2019.

In a region that suffers from what feels like a near constant case of gridlock, we hit the streets to get people’s thoughts on the ridesharing delay and what it means for getting around.

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