Fort McMurray Taxi App

New York City taxis compete with Uber


More than four years after Uber arrived in New York City and started siphoning riders from traditional cabs, the city’s taxis finally have an app that might allow them to fight back. The app called Arro, which is being beta tested in 7,000 taxis now and will launch more widely in coming weeks, allows users to hail and pay for yellow and green taxi rides in New York City, mimicking the service provided by UberT. Arro is different from Uber in that its users can hail cabs via messages that are sent directly to drivers through their data terminals. Uber

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Changing the way you book a taxi in Fort McMurray

GLOBE DEBATE FACEOFF Read and vote: Are cab-hailing apps wrecking the world’s best taxi service? Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jul. 15 2014, 9:33 AM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 15 2014, 11:42 AM EDT Some say smartphone apps like Uber and Hailo are destroying professional cab services; others welcome the demise of taxi monopolies. You decide.   Most services like Uber, Lyft and SideCar use unlicensed, untrained drivers who don’t carry the proper city insurance and license to operate as a driver to transport people around town.  We see an issue with this and you have seen all

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