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DLT to step up efforts against Uber and Grab

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GrabTaxi cab in Bangkok

Blue GrabTaxi cab in Bangkok. Photo: Jon Russell / flickr.

Officials insist they need to step up efforts to crack down on ride-hailing apps to bring order to public transport services for the sake of passenger safety and interests.

Meanwhile, California-based Uber is calling for a legal amendment to better enable its service in Thailand.

Full story: Bangkok Post


1 thought on “DLT to step up efforts against Uber and Grab

  1. Rather i tell when we call taxis by grab its safer. We always have the information who is driving my cab and all. Moreover, Grab taxi drivers are far more well behaved and affirmative! Ask me what safety means? when ask any sukumvit area taxi to go anywhere and you get refuse….. no way that you can raise any question. Once i had real physical fight when told the taxi that he must go by meter……

    Find a safer way before “Cracking down” the relatively safer one!

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