Operations

Small Operation Enters Local Ride Hailing Market

Posted on July 5, 2017
Aerial view of the Hudson River and the city of Albany, the capital of New York (Wikimedia Commons photo byKarthikc123)
Aerial view of the Hudson River and the city of Albany, the capital of New York (Wikimedia Commons photo byKarthikc123)

WATERFORD, N.Y. — People who are looking for a ride with a bit more luxury and style — but have no interest in owning that kind of car — have a new option in the Capital Region.

First, this service is a club only for members, who pay a recurring fee ($19 a month for an individual, $79 a month for a business) to have fast access to four luxury cars owned by Falcon Club.  Rides can be scheduled on a mobile device app, online or over the phone.

Albany, N.Y. Times-Union article here

Related Topics: New York operators, on-demand service, TNCs

Comments ( 1 )
  • K

     | about 2 years ago

    What is a Chrysler 400 and how is it worth a rate of $90./hr.?

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