Taxi drivers protested Uber and Lyft by shutting down traffic (and leaving customers with fewer taxi options) back in June. On Wednesday, they plan to do it again in response to new rules proposed by the D.C. Council that would let the on-demand ride service operate legally within the city.
Dubrovnik taxi drivers protest against UBER by blocking main road
Day 3 in Paris As usual so many highlights of the day one of them includes the awesome Nutella crêpe that I was holding on to for 4 . We went first to the Eiffel Tower first thing in the morning and realized that we got conned paid 28 for a 11 ticket. Like WTS The view from the first level was great nonetheless but other than that doesn't feel like it's much to me Thought it might be different if I went at night I had a lot of fun taking photos for two couples today tho one would be a random…
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Uber and Grab are now officially legal in Malaysia - Ride-sharing services such as Uber and Grab often operate in the grey area of the law. Some countries have outright banned the service citing violation of transportation laws while others have started regulating with special licences.