Miami-Dade Officials Voting Today On Limo, Taxi Rules Overhaul

Posted on November 13, 2013

MIAMI -- The stakes are high for Wednesday afternoon, when a group of Miami-Dade County commissioners will hold key votes that could upend the taxicab and car-service industries.

One measure is the most controversial. It would deregulate the car-service industry — which includes Town Cars, black sedans and limousines — to allow an unlimited number of drivers. That would benefit Uber, the San Francisco startup popular in dozens of big cities, which is pushing for the change in Miami-Dade. The company has launched a campaign to rally its supporters, including celebrities, in advertising, social media and online petitions intended to show that plenty of people want the high-end ride service in Miami.

Miami Herald article here

Related Topics: Florida operators, limousine regulations, staying competitive, taxis, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Gustavo

     | about 7 years ago

    Miami Dade is the only 1 with blacks sedans Cap 2.500,000person 626 permits, It's not only Uber 256 of them own by others in two county's . The corruption in the lottery . 2005 lottery 1Company owner Play 80+ chances and he should only been only 10 as per code ja ja 2002 3 taxi owner play 60out of 122 opportunity

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