Im not sure anyone will even read this as it doesn't look like many Cedar Rapidians actually use this forum but here goes. Am I the only who has noticed that since the flood Uber prices have never surged on the west side? I noticed the week of the flood that they had obviously turned surging ability off on both sides and I'm just assuming all of this was related to that. All that really did was frustrate riders because drivers weren't on the road because they were worried they'd have to go 45 minutes from one side to the other while I380 was the only way to get from east to west of the river. A week later, surging came back to the east side but ever since then it never surges on the west side. From what I can see it looks like this is causing artificial surges on the east side because people on the east side aren't necessarily going online because they are worried they are going to be sent 10 to 20 minutes away to the west side. I really think something isn't working right. Maybe it's the new dynamic pricing that has caused this. What ever it is, I find it very hard to believe that no one on the west side ever needs to get somewhere and wants to pay extra, causing a surge to bring drivers online to the west side. Anyone else out there thinking the same thing but just didn't want to admit this has changed (at least a little) bit their decision of when to go online?