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Entries with Keyword taxis

Imagine that you’ve just touched down at Ezeiza international airport. It’s the middle of the night. You’re tired, dazed, confused, and just looking to get home. You’ve just stood in line for upwards of an hour at customs, and you’re …

The City of Buenos government passed yesterday a bill modifying its transportation code by increasing the legal punishment for what they call “illegal transport.” Even though the bill reaches, for example, school bus drivers who decide to use their vehicle …

Tensions between taxistas and Uber drivers are at a peak. In just one night last week, five cars were set alight in a blatant act of hostility that has cast light on the simmering tensions between the two factions. Although …

Get ready to download another app to your phone. The City of Buenos Aires Legislature has approved the October launch of TAXIBA, an app that will enable users to order a taxi at the push of a button. The app …

Taxi drivers have adopted a new strategy to fight Uber. Have they found a new, more efficient way of blocking the streets? Are they finding and towing Uber cars themselves as a warning to other app-based drivers? No, According to

Have you always wanted to become part of the free-market revolution and stand up to the taxi mafia, or are you a hardcore traditionalist trying to crush the excesses of capitalism and choice? Either way: it’s finally here! The taxi …

Taxi drivers are protesting against Uber, yet again, in a bid to further pressure the Buenos Aires City Government to definitively block the controversial ride-sharing app. A mass of taxis has been stationed at the Obelisco since 12 PM and …