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In New York City, New York City is considering giving taxis to raise prices.
Before the end of this week, the Taxis and Limousines Committee will present a piloting programme that will enable some riders to raise their prices and give advance quotations as their colleagues Uber and Lyft have already done. Currently, the European Union demands that yellows and greens taxis calculate the fare for the passenger, which is calculated by the counter on the instrument panel of the taxis.
However, the pilots would be able to deviate from these rules provided that they respond to a collection requirement from a pre-approved local airport cab, such as Arro or Curb. Joshi's Limousine and Taxis Committee has twice pointed out the upcoming suggestion in the last few week. Writing to the NYC Taxicab News editor, tabloid medallist Abe Mittleman, an advocate for the Mittleman Committee refused Mittleman's motion to reapply price tags to the outside of cabs and referred to the Commission's investigation into "flexible tariff schemes that can make the need for price tags superfluous".
She will be voting on the proposed pilots at the end of this week, which would allow New York e-hail members - which allows yellows and greens to collect clients via certain applications - to offer pre-estimated fares as well as varying or rapidly increasing fares.
"It will allow them to price their products the way applications that respond to needs do," Joshi said. As to whether the e-hail operators or the local cab users will make use of this new option, it is still to be seen. Carolyn Protz, the medal winner, said the suggestion was a "distraction" from the bigger problem - the sharp increase in rental cars on the highways.
"The taxi and limousine commission needs to get the surplus vehicles off the street, period," she said. Arro, one of the e-hail applications that can be used by car owners in yellows and greens, has differed from Uber in that it compensates for the shortage of inflated prices.