Uber is raising its fares 10 percent in Pittsburgh, the city where the company is currently building a gigantic facility to build and test self-driving cars. The story was first reported by a reporter from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, who also tweeted that Uber cited the need for drivers to earn more money in its explanation to customers. A week before, it raised fares in a handful of smaller cities, like Louisville, Kentucky, Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Ventura and Fresno, both in California.
Uber announces to Pittsburgh users is it raising fares 10 percent, citing need for drivers to earn more.
— Melissa Daniels (@melissamdaniels) March 31, 2016
Last January, the ride-hail company said it was slashing fares in 100 cities…