MILWAUKEE -- Some Milwaukee taxi drivers protested on Monday morning, April 11th at General Mitchell International Airport.
These drivers said the playing field isn't fair when it comes to drivers of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft.
The taxi cab drivers said they're upset that Uber and Lyft drivers aren't regulated and licensed like cab drivers are -- allowing them to offer rides at half the price.
"They stealing from us, and they selling to people for half price and people have been happy with this because it's cheap," Alexander Friedman said.
The cab drivers are also upset that Uber and Lyft drivers can use just about any vehicle, while cab drivers have to go through continuous inspections on their cabs under city rules.
Taxi cab drivers protest at General Mitchell International Airport