A minicab application bidding to overthrow Uber in London is facing a constitutional lawsuit over allegations it underpaid the least wage.
Montreal taxi operators say they are starting to feel the economic effect of the new coronavirus. According to the reports from Global’s Olivia O’Malley, operators are getting it hard to get work as the Quebec state goes on to implement the latest standards to avoid a virus spread.
LEVC is building up its EV offensive by declaring the name of its latest electric business vehicle, VN5.
The top market research firm lately posted a study report on “Bus Door System Market By Door Type (Folding doors, Conventional doors, Sliding plug doors, Inward gliding door, Coach doors).
Uber has declared that they will suspend drivers for fourteen days if discovered to be diagnosed with the coronavirus. However, Uber will provide financial help.
ComfortDelGro Corporation, a Singapore taxi operator is expanding its presence in the United Kingdom. This is through a £7m, S$12.5 million purchase of the Liverpool City area’s 3rd biggest private-hire and taxi operator.
Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria has spread wings on its Multi-Purpose Taxi Program for impaired citizens to comprise Uber in a test in Geelong.
Cheltenham Borough Council-licenced taxis, regional private hire firms, and Ubers are expected to be driving just about Cheltenham in The Festival next week.
The passing of a law against the ride-sharing service Tada is a key hindrance to the nation’s push for invention. This is according to specialists.
Frank Baker, a city councilor, wants the city to identify means to back the city taxi operators. The previous week, he requested his co-workers to analyze the Hackney Carriage regulations that govern jewelry owners.