Uber will be naming its upcoming flying taxi service UberAIR. The company says that it aims to launch demonstrator flights in 2020 and begin paid operations in 2023
Since Monday, as many as 80,000 drivers of Ola and Uber supported the strike by staying offline on their mobile applications. About 25,000 drivers of Ola are expected to resume work on Wednesday.
The alleged incident took place on the evening of March 9, when the woman, who works with a multinational company, booked an Uber to head home. Police said the woman usually drives herself, but had taken a cab that day.
According to police, the incident took place near Supermart I, while the complainant was sitting at a tea stall outside her office with two other women employees.
A woman, who was taking an Uber ride with her friends, was caught stealing money from her Uber driver’s tip box on camera in New York.
London: Uber was deemed unfit to run a taxi service and stripped it of its licence to operate from the end of next week in a major blow to the firm and its 3.5 million users in one of the world’s wealthiest cities.
Some members of cab aggregators Ola and Uber, who have formed a drivers’ union, plan to launch its services next month with the help of Kolkata-based technology startup which owns TYGR app. The company plans to have three to four car categories.
Things started to take an ugly turn when the autorickshaw driver picked up a huge stone and started threatening the driver.
Licensed driver kisses passenger’s hand then pulls her over as friends watch.
The ministry has made provisions in the Motor Vehicles Act to register and operate app-based taxi hailing services within jurisdiction of states so that competition is allowed to foster.
“This will prevent untoward incidents,” says the Haryana Police advisory.
The international cab-booking operator has applied to the department for permission to operate under its modified scheme.
Uber was banned last month after a driver contracted by the company allegedly raped a woman passenger.
The victim was brought to another doctor on the evening of December 6 last year for a second medical opinion.
Similar taxi aggregators are learnt to have sought permission from the government to ply on Delhi roads.