The Anonymous Widower

Why Not Share Taxis?

With a few notable exceptions, I’m not a lover of taxis.  If I get a taxi from Cambridge to where I live I’ve been charged nearly £50.  But how many times has someone else been doing a similar journey and a share would have been much better?

So I was pleased to see that at Milton Keynes a company call TaxiShareUK is starting such a service. 

I hope it works!

December 8, 2010 - Posted by | Transport |

1 Comment »

  1. Shared taxi schemes introduce a series of barriers that discourage use amongst passengers.

    Unless there are major benefits apart from reduced cost (e.g. shorter wait times), such schemes don’t provide enough incentive to participate.

    Comment by Julian | December 12, 2010 | Reply

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