Amman’s Yellow Taxis Compete for Passengers After the Arrival of Uber and Careem · Global Voices

GLOBAL VOICES | on Wed, Jan 3, 12:15 PM

Taxi driver picking up a passenger in Amman, Jordan. Photo by Monther Hammad. Used with permission. In Amman, Jordan's capital, approximately 11,400[1] yellow taxi cabs serve more than 3.5 million residents. The majority of Amman's residents use cabs every day, placing high demands on taxi drivers who fall short on customer satisfaction. Complaints[2] have included manipulating the meter, swearing and cursing, refusing certain destinations, and smoking in the car. That's why many Amman reside...

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