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Marcella Bernardo 20h
. now introducing ride-hailing legislation in . The Transportation Minister says Bill 55 offers a 'made in BC solution' to longstanding demands for services like and to gain access, but it has not been approved yet.
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Iain Black 20h
Holy Devil-in-the-Details, Batman....
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Shared-Use Mobility 2h
There's a new option in town for Dallas, a subscription service courtesy of platform & ridehailing company .
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Dan Turner 13h
“That appears to be what the government wants too, judging by the suffocating set of rules and regulations outlined Monday” Mike Smyth: Not an encouraging start to ride hailing in B.C.
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Yukon Scött 18h
It’s a middle ground solution though. Vancouver has been underserved by the taxi cartel for sooo many years that we need to fill a void. Agree that if left unregulated it will have negative unintended consequences
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Building magazine 1h
Long-awaited legislation is finally coming to B.C. — once an insurance plan is worked out.
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Sam Abraham Nov 19
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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Jim Boyle Nov 19
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 🌿 Nov 19
. 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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Doug Nov 18
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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Marcella Bernardo 19h
Legislation giving services access to has been tabled. says Bill 55 offers a 'made in BC solution' to longstanding demands for services like and to operate by fall of 2019, but conditions apply. Details coming
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Marcella Bernardo 15h
.'s says today's legislation differs from rules in Toronto and Seattle where 's already allowed, so "Definitely raises some questions about when and how that will look if it's able to happen here in BC." More details
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Lukas Neckermann Nov 19
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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Temasek Nov 18
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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CKPG News 18h
B.C. government says demand, safety behind long-awaited riding hailing plan.
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Nicola Spurling 🌿 Nov 19
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 🌿 Nov 19
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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Nicola Spurling 🌿 Nov 19
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 🌿 Nov 19
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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Anthony Barba 🎃 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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