Street art forms the backdrop for a passing taxi in Wan Chai on August 20. A bill proposing to introduce a premium franchised taxi service in Hong Kong has been dropped in view of the operating difficulties faced by the trade amid the economic downturn. Photo: Nora Tam Street art forms the backdrop for a passing taxi in Wan Chai on August 20. A bill proposing to introduce a premium franchised taxi service in Hong Kong has been dropped in view of the operating difficulties faced by the trade amid the economic downturn. Photo: Nora Tam
Street art forms the backdrop for a passing taxi in Wan Chai on August 20. A bill proposing to introduce a premium franchised taxi service in Hong Kong has been dropped in view of the operating difficulties faced by the trade amid the economic downturn. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Quick route to better rides on Hong Kong taxis: licence system reform

Topic |   Transport and logistics
Street art forms the backdrop for a passing taxi in Wan Chai on August 20. A bill proposing to introduce a premium franchised taxi service in Hong Kong has been dropped in view of the operating difficulties faced by the trade amid the economic downturn. Photo: Nora Tam Street art forms the backdrop for a passing taxi in Wan Chai on August 20. A bill proposing to introduce a premium franchised taxi service in Hong Kong has been dropped in view of the operating difficulties faced by the trade amid the economic downturn. Photo: Nora Tam
Street art forms the backdrop for a passing taxi in Wan Chai on August 20. A bill proposing to introduce a premium franchised taxi service in Hong Kong has been dropped in view of the operating difficulties faced by the trade amid the economic downturn. Photo: Nora Tam
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