Uber to lobby minister for changes to taxi rules

Garda vetting rules mean no casual taxi drivers

11th October, 2015
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US ride-sharing giant Uber is set to ramp up its lobbying of the government over Ireland’s strict taxi regulations.

It is understood that the San Francisco-headquartered company will meet with transport minister Paschal Donohoe in the coming weeks to discuss regulations on public service vehicles.

Uber, which announced 150 jobs in Limerick as part of its plans to establish a European Centre of Excellence in the city, is thought to have struggled to...

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