Here are the latest news:
Taxi Stars in test run: The taxi driver training programme, developed by European taxi associations in seven languages, was tested for the first time in Hamburg a few weeks before the official launch.
English version: Sorry, no notice on the IRU webpage!
Uber before the European Court of Justice: The Spanish federal court has forwarded a complaint from Uber against the nationwide ban to the CJEU in Luxembourg. A decision is expected for autumn 2016.
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Quote of the day – Zitat des Tages
“Uber has created a huge market for illegal transport.”
From an announcement made by Canadian law firm Sutts, Strosberg LLP, which is trying to lead a class action suit against Uber in Toronto worth over €280 million.
Two more seats in the electric Nissan: The eNV 200 is now available as a seven-seater. This variation was already presented at the Geneva motor show in March.
News from Germany
Good move! Annual urban rail pass holders in Frankfurt have now received taxi vouchers due to the month-long closure of the railway tunnel.
News from Switzerland
No to preventive ban: A general Uber ban for the Canton of Geneva has been rejected by the court.
Lonely Sebastian: He spends his entire day in a ghost town stepping in front of cars. If he gets run over, he does not feel any pain. But he is assisting in the development of the autonomous vehicle.