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Now with the addition of Uber POOL and the competitor Lyft Line, in which passengers save money by sharing a ride with others heading in a similar direction, they have also created a novel playing field for the eternal human pursuits of love, companionship — and, perhaps most often, sex.
These meetings by the glow of dashboard lights present an unfamiliar social arena, said sociologist Elijah Anderson, who analyzed how Center City’s urban spaces shape civility, or the lack of it, in his book .
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In Black’s case and others like his, said Jeff Clayton, executive director of the influential American Bail Coalition, bail as a condition of release could have prevented another crime.
After she got out, Dages recalled, “I said to him, ‘Why didn’t you get her number?
Ride-sharing, Anderson said, “brings out new opportunities for these riders, but also challenges or even dangers.” Especially when passengers are under the influence, he said, “there are no guarantees.” While riders say that most Uber and Lyft trips are uneventful, encounters are common enough that Uber’s website addresses them: “Don’t touch or flirt with other people in the car. That’s no sexual conduct between drivers and riders, no matter what.” Nevertheless, Uber driver Gary Dages of Clementon has watched a few love connections — and some near-misses — unfold in his rearview mirror.
Once, strangers he picked up in Manayunk made an instant connection, and exchanged phone numbers.
“It would result, on the one hand, in detention if the person’s going to not be able to come up with the bail,” he said.
“Two, third parties and bail agents are involved if they are released.