The Austrian Government amends its taxi and private hire car regulation to remove taximeter requirement from journeys concluded by way of a communications service

New amendment to Occasional Traffic Act enables increased competition in the taxi and private hire car market* The Occasional Traffic Act (GelverkG), which includes provisions on the requirement to hold a licence, including the scope and granting of said licence in relation to the combined trade of “Passenger transport trade with cars (taxi)”, appears to be up for another amendment. On 18 November 2020, the Austrian Cabinet decided to amend the Act in relation to material provisions concerning mandatory

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Austrian Competition Authority, The Austrian Government amends its taxi and private hire car regulation to remove taximeter requirement from journeys concluded by way of a communications service, 18 November 2020, e-Competitions Barriers to entry in the digital market, Art. N° 98263

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