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City Of Delta Ready For Ride-Hailing

Darpan News Desk, 06 Dec, 2019

    The City of Delta has put a simple, clear, and transparent process in place to ensure ride-hailing companies will be able to operate as soon as they are ready and the Province has allowed them to do so.

     

    Ride-hailing companies wanting to operate in Delta will be required to pay a base annual business licence fee of $110 plus $25 per car with a cap per company of $1,500. This is consistent with the business licence fees paid by taxis that operate in Delta.

     

    “We have established a simple and reasonable business licensing system for ride-hailing to ensure that we are treating ride-hailin companies and taxis fairly while allowing our residents to access improved transportation services.

     

    We look forward to ride-hailing companies operating in Delta as soon as the Province allows them to.” - Mayor George V. Harvie

     
     

    Delta’s business licence fees for ride-hailing are the lowest announced fees in the region. This interim approach will allow for ride-hailing companies to operate in the community while Delta continues working with its regional counterparts to establish an inter-municipal licensing system. At that point, the Delta‑specific fees would no longer be charged.

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