Top news about London taxi Industry which are most read in 2019

Top news about London taxi Industry which are most read in 2019

Below is a list of Top news about the London taxi Industry which users read the most. Uber loses its license to operate in London due to security flaws in its app: The car rental company with driver (VTC) Uber has lost its license to operate in London, the second time it has happened in two years. The city transport controller, Transport for London (TfL), has said no to renovate the taxi driver’s license after become aware of a “pattern of safety failures.” Uber vehicles may continue to circulate until their appeal to this decision is resolved.

Hundreds of London minicabs could 'work illegally' in London, and it is an appeal to revoke their license

Hundreds of London minicabs could ‘work illegally’ in London, and it is an appeal to revoke their license

According to the BBC, hundreds of London minicab drivers may be fraudulently working after purchasing a qualification. Drivers must take the required exams to get a license. However, a secret BBC survey has exposed the university, tricking the necessary tests. Transport for London Licensing agency said they were “intensely worried” regarding this issue.

TfL makes a plan to test the introduction of revocation of the database for taxi and private hire

TfL makes a plan to test the introduction of revocation of the database for taxi and private hire

The London mayor has confirmed that London’s regulators are testing the planned implementation of a nationwide database of taxi licensing and for private hire taxi. A registry hosted by the Local Government Association (LGA) allows Congress to record details of where taxi or PHV licenses have been denied or revoked and enable local governments to identify new applicants for registration.

London Mayor advise to push for taxi rules around hours worked so that to reduce fatigue issue in drivers

London Mayor advise to push for taxi rules around hours worked so that to reduce fatigue issue in drivers

The London Mayor has been urged to push for national legislation around the number of hours drivers will be able to work in the taxi and private hire industry to reduce the effects of fatigue. Sadiq Khan, the London Mayor, recently distanced himself from researching the levels of fatigue in the private hire industry but did acknowledge there is likely to be a problem in the capital at this month’s Mayor’s Question Time.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan Find out the issue of fatigue with the private bus driver, but fails to give a solution for it

London Mayor Sadiq Khan Find out the issue of fatigue with the private bus driver, but fails to give a solution for it

The mayor of London has distanced himself from investigating fatigue levels in the private contracting industry but acknowledged that there is likely to be a problem in the capital. Following a recent condemnatory report on the high levels of fatigue faced by bus drivers in the capital, similar concerns have now emerged from the London…