Technology

Mobile “E-Hail” App for Limousines to Get Hearing

Posted on June 21, 2014

Integrity Vehicle Solutions, a company that also has developed and is testing a GPS-based vehicle tracking system called Ride Integrity, has built a mobile “e-hail” app called Ride Genie that would work similarly to the ridesharing apps offered by companies such as Uber and Lyft.

The Transportation Authority, which regulates buses and limousines statewide, unanimously approved opening a tariff investigative docket and assigned Commissioner Keith Sakelhide to preside over it.

Full story at www.reviewjournal.com.

Related Topics: mobile applications, Nevada operators, smartphones, state regulations, technology

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