Ride-sharing applications like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar are currently revolutionizing the urban transportation industry. By allowing taxi drivers to find clients more rapidly, and other individuals to offer transportation services more easily, these technologies could lead to considerable improvements for customers. Sensible economic policy should avoid hindering their adoption by consumers while compensating those who are negatively affected by obsolete government regulations from the past.
|L’IEDM appuie le service de covoiturage commercial Uber (Métro, November 21, 2014)
Une étude recommande l’abolition du permis de taxi (Le Journal de Montréal, November 21, 2014)
No, ride-sharing apps will not be disastrous for Montreal (The Gazette, November 25, 2014)
Trois hourras pour les nouvelles applications de covoiturage! (The MEI’s Journal de Montréal blog, November 24, 2014)
Uber contre le lobby du taxi (The MEI’s Journal de Montréal blog, December 18, 2014)
|Interview with Vincent Geloso (CJAD-AM, November 28, 2014)||Interview (in French) with Jasmin Guénette (ARGENT business news network, November 21, 2014)|