Cabify says that Fomento knocked down his idea of creating a fund to compensate the taxi
Cabify, the platform that intermediates between users and rental vehicles with driver (VTC), has ensured that last September raised to Development without success the creation of a transition fund that would guarantee compensations for the taxi, before a supposed loss of value of your licenses.
The idea of Cabify, as its founder, Juan de Antonio, explained, was to buy back the taxi licenses to "reassure the sector".
This initiative consisted in contributing to the fund five cents of euro per kilometer that traversed their VTC, so that in a year and only through Cabify could reach 400 million euros.
De Antonio has indicated that this figure would reach 1,000 million if the plan were added to the rest of the platforms.
Parallel to this proposal, Cabify has announced that it plans to launch in Spain during the first semester the "easy Taxi" application, through which the taxi service can be hired from the platform.
The founder of the Spanish company Cabify, Juan de Antonio, today advanced this initiative, which already operates "successfully" in eight Latin American countries and as part of the company's strategy for 2019.
He pointed out that it can be "a solution" for taxi drivers who wish to be integrated into its platform and as a "more possibility" to end the conflict in the urban mobility sector.