Indhumathi D

In order to regulate the fee structure of public transits and meet the growing demand for on-demand transportation, the Maldives Transportation Authority has decided to hail the online taxi service into the nation. Maldivians’ need for public transit is going beyond the expectation of the authority, which cannot be met by the meter taxis and with their fee structure.

Arun Kumar

The taxi companies see immense possibilities for ride sharing in British Columbia. Considering the consumer demands, the NDP government has announced that it will bring ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to B.C., but only after reviewing the current policies and devising a new report. The idea has been to allow the services by the end of this year. But the companies will have to wait a little longer, hoping to start the services by early 2018.

Arun Kumar

Being a nascent industry in today’s business world, the transport sector saw an increase in the number of taxi-hailing applications, essentially solving the difficulties faced by customers in reaching promptly at their destinations. The taxi industry is flourishing with splendid potentials and is showing a major growth in today’s competitive world through initiating diverse advanced and innovative technologies.