REDONDO BEACH (CBSLA) – Hundreds of Los Angeles County drivers for rideshare giants Uber and Lyft held a one-day strike and protest Monday in Redondo Beach demanding higher wages.

The 25-hour strike, organized by the group Rideshare Drivers United (RDU), is protesting against what it calls a 25 percent wage cut it says was recently instituted by Uber.

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According to the Los Angeles Times, Uber recently cut its wages from 80 cents per mile to 60 cents per mile in L.A. County and parts of Orange County.

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RDU, which is made of up about 2,800 Uber and Lyft drivers, is calling on ridesharing companies to institute a $28 guaranteed minimum hourly rate for drivers.

The group will be picketing outside the company’s offices in the 2400 block of Marine Avenue in Redondo Beach.

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RDU is calling this the “largest coordinated action” by rideshare drivers in the nation.