Kerala government ‘Uber-model’ cab service
Kerala government ‘Uber-model’ cab service. The new state administration in Kerala; has come up with a draft rule to control cab-hail services like Uber or Ola. The draft policies define a taxi “aggregator”; as a service supplier or a worker. who works as a digital mediator for a traveler; to connect with a driver through a web application or mobile phone, or a call center. And by any other way of technology, a motor-taxi has a suitable allowance under the existing policies.
Moreover the new state administration planned ‘online cab auto’ service, modeled on Ola or Uber; would roll on Nov 1, well-versed Labour priest V Sivankutty. The pilot scheme would be introduced in Thiruvananthapuram or before that; and an examination run would be conducted, told the priest in a post on Facebook on Saturday. The service to be organized by the KMTWWFB (Kerala Motor Transport Workers Welfare Fund Board); would function underneath the Labour Commissionerate.
To be rolled out on First November
IN addition to this, Numerous sections, namely Transport, Police, Legal Metrology, IT, would be part of the project, the priest said. “The Kerala Motor Transport Workers Welfare Fund Board would execute the service; however, its funds would not be utilized for the motive. “Nonetheless, the service’s advertising would be funded through Kerala Motor Transport Workers Welfare Fund Board. It would be treated as an advance, and the board would repay once the administration begins cash from the service,” the priest noticed. Because of the COVID-19 circumstances, the means of transportation would be created as part of the service required not to establish GPS. In a twist, the drivers may utilize the GPS amenity on their smartphones for direction-finding, said the priest. More so, the new state administration planned ‘online cab auto’ service, modeled on Ola or Uber, would roll on Nov 1
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