Recent Examples of taxis from the Web
More crucially, the moniker poorly describes what Yandex offers today, which is a group of products and services that includes taxis, shopping, payments, music and education.
Alternatives include public buses, Metrorail, taxis, carpooling and ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.
Of those, 32 cases involved Uber drivers, the rest from black-cabs, mini-taxis and other private car hires.
The auto industry may soon be usurped by an anodyne fleet of robo-taxis, but the final days are turning into a bit of a party for petrolheads.
Google parent Alphabet Inc. is hiring rental-car company Avis Budget Group Inc. to store and service its self-driving cars in a deal that shows Alphabet’s vision for a network of driverless taxis is getting closer to reality.
County Administrator Bertha Henry said the state passed a law requiring the county to treat the ride hailing apps the same as traditional taxis. --
They were bound by the United Nations’ security rules; don’t travel on motorcycle taxis was one.
Torres said the ride-share companies will undercut fares of traditional taxis and not have as much of a burden for insurance and other regulations.
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First Known Use: 1899See Words from the same year
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