Spain - Massive actions against alternative taxi platforms - November 30, 2017

Taxi drivers’ organisations have organised a 24 hours strike on 29 November 2017, against the activity of the Rental Vehicles with Driver (VTC) that operate through platforms such as Cabify or Uber. From 06.00, calling a taxi was impossible in large cities, except for services in hospitals, emergency, airports and stations. Fedetaxi, the Caracol Association, Antaxi, Elite Taxi (FETE) and Plataforma TNT are organising an additional demonstration in Madrid, which could gather more than 20,000 people.

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