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Buenos Aires has the largest fleet of taxis in the world, according to William Dietrich, the Undersecretary of Transportation and Traffic for Buenos Aires. With 36,937 working taxicabs in the capital, Buenos Aires has topped New York, Paris, Berlin …

Today, the Buenos Aires City government announced an 18% increase in taxi fares come May.

The initial fare, currently ARS $14.30 with a ARS $1.43 increase every 200 meters or minute-long wait–whichever comes first–will go up to ARS $16.90 and …

Is Uber coming to Buenos Aires? Turns out that the mobile-app-based transportation network might.

Last Friday, journalist Pablo Fernández noticed a post published on LinkedIn by Uber that said they were looking for a Manager that in a potential Buenos …

It has only been three months since the last increase, but cab fare in Buenos Aires is going up yet again on Saturday, this time by 13.49 percent. As published on the Official Gazette this week, base fare will rise …

Like it or not, cab fare in Buenos Aires is going up once more in the next few days, after the City Legislature approved a 15 percent price hike yesterday during a non-binding public hearing.

Last February the chambers that …