The number of taxis on Indianapolis streets has decreased by 80% in the last decade, prompting the City-County Council to consider changes to help traditional taxis better compete with ride-sharing services.
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The proposal aims to relax several long-standing regulations that put taxi companies at an unfair advantage compared with ride-sharing companies Uber and Lift, which don’t have to comply with the same standards.
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