Cambridge taxi drivers strike to protest Uber, Lyft ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Drivers march up the steps of Cambridge City Hall Monday as part of a one-day strike action to protest Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing services. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Cab drivers marched from the steps of City Hall chanting: "What do we want?" "Uber out!" "When?" Marc Raymond, a driver for 30 years, screams "NOW!" Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Many cabs parked on Massachusetts Avenue had messages taped to their hoods and windows. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Drivers marched on Massachusetts Avenue. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Several dozen taxi drivers snarled traffic, honked horns, and demonstrated outside Cambridge City Hall. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Michael Gervais, a driver for more than 30 years, stopped his taxi and stood for a while in the middle of Massachusetts Avenue, to the delight of other cab drivers. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Taxi drivers gathered in front of Cambridge City Hall. Some taxi drivers attempted to block traffic along Massachusetts Avenue as part of a one-day protest against ride-hailing services. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Cambridge City Councilor Nadeem Mazen (left) and Nelson Hernandez, spokesperson for Cambridge drivers, discussed the issue. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Chando Spuffrant, center, a driver for 21 years and founder of Boston Taxi Driver Association, led a chant.