Category: Taxi Industry Newsletter – November 2016

Uber’s app no longer works in China

Publication: Engadget, Uber has parted ways with its Chinese subsidiary, which is going to prove problematic for tourists looking to hail a ride in the Middle Kingdom. As part of the deal that saw Uber China merge with Didi...
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Know your rights when dealing with TNCs

Publication: San Francisco Examiner, When they first began operating, Uber and Lyft failed to carry adequate insurance coverage for their drivers and were not governed by basic safety regulations applicable to other types of paid transportation networks, such as...
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What’s Next For S.F. Taxi Industry?

Publication: KQED News, The blows keep coming for San Francisco’s struggling taxi industry. The city’s largest taxi company, the bankrupt Yellow Cab Cooperative, is up for sale. To read the article click here
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This Indian Ride-Hailing Startup Is Trying to Chase Uber Away with a New Feature

Publication: Fortune, Ola is fighting to retain market share as Uber makes a big push in the country. Indian ride-services start-up Ola unveiled on Tuesday a new car entertainment platform that allows passengers to listen to the music of...
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