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Nicola Spurling 🌿 1h
Replying to @BCGreens
I’m hopeful that legislation will put in place regulation that will ensure good labour practices and public safety, two issues that are of great importance to .
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 2h
. have been the strongest advocates on this issue. has introduced 3 bills to implement ride-hailing. In his third attempt, he got government to refer the bill to an all-party committee.
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 1h
Replying to @bcndp @bcliberals
The taxi industry has been a large donor to the and , and the taxi lobby is influential in a number of swing ridings. PR will remove swing riding politics and vote-buying, and encourages good policy.
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 1h
Replying to @NicSpurling
In the Tri-Cities we desperately need service that will drive people home when transit isn’t an option and that will provide more options for folks with disabilities.
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 1h
Government moving forward with ride-hailing is a great example of the benefits of minority governments. The all-party committee (formed out of a bill introduced by & ) is exactly how government should work.
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 2h
. will be pushing the and to have ride-hailing in BC in 2019.
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Sam Abraham 6h
VW funded Israel Gett looking for a buyer to fight bigger rivals . Gett may sell its entire business or offload regional operations outside home market. It is also looking to exit the US even as it claims nearing profitability
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 2h
Replying to @NicSpurling
British Columbians deserve a full range of modern transportation options, including ride-hailing. Too often, people are underserved or refused service by the taxi industry, particularly if they live in suburbs.
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Lukas Neckermann 10h
Leaving aside that 2021 is a long time from now, and that Uber already operates in parts of Germany, an interesting tidbit in this article: “Services offered by Uber and other companies could help provide critical services in rural areas”
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Gurdip Singh Sahota 21h
Will be fascinating to see how balances everything. cos only want public safety measures for . What's more important is to remove boundaries for all across GVRD & allow them to compete fairly, eliminate deadheads & deliver faster service.
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Jim Boyle 4h
They’re here - driverless is operating in AZ and will offer under a to be announced brand next month - they’re purchased 62,000 plug-in Chevy Pacificas mini-vans & 20,000 EVs in Phoenix - First Driverless Service Arrives
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 2h
Replying to @AJWVictoriaBC
The consensus report that came out of public consultations by the all-party committee will form the basis of the ride-hailing legislation that will be announced today. Thanks for getting the ball rolling, !
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Temasek 13h
The market is speeding ahead in and is now close to US$6 billion — 2x larger than India’s ride-hailing market. Zoom in on the - e-Conomy SEA 2018 report here:
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Sean Kilcarr Nov 13
For older adults who have give up driving, and now offer an on-call service; one that recently wrapped up pilot testing in 5 markets.
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Jordi Jové Palou 10h
.⁦⁩ users will be able to book and pay for services through the app. Transport modes covered include buses and rail as well as privately-owned , and services.
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Portada-Online.com 3h
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This Week in Mobility 💌 Nov 17
. and have signed a memorandum of understanding with the city San Jose to pilot on-demand service. By via
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Doug 15h
Replying to @billgood_news
In a city that everyone is told is "world class" its politics is so corrupt it cannot allow
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 2h
This is a first in the and is a great example of the collaboration that can occur with a minority government.
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Rushdi Siddiqui 13h
'Online accounts for the majority of that revenue ($30 billion) ahead of ($23 billion), online ($11 billion) and ($8 billion), and that rough breakdown is likely to be maintained up until 2025..'
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