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Latest News for Coupon (Unincorporated County Area), PA

Welcome, Uber X; goodbye government-sanctioned monopolies
PennLive Harrisburg, PA
November 19, 2014

The innovative ride-sharing service that Uber X offers, using independent drivers dispatched by smart phone, is eventually going to end the outdated, cumbersome, consumer-unfriendly way government now regulates the taxi industry.

Uber X has won state Public Utility Commission permission to operate in Harrisburg and most other parts of the state, except some rural counties and Philadelphia.

It was a long, hard fight because Uber X's business model challenges the government-regulated, competition-suppressing structure of today's taxi business.

It's clear that the old-fashioned way of regulating the taxi industry is on the way out.

Governments typically limit the number of taxis or taxi companies that can operate in an area, dictate the rates they can charge and...  Read More