Bengaluru: Transport Department proposes transport fare for app-based taxis

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04-02-2024

    There are more than 2.2 lakh cabs across Bengaluru

    Fare up to 4 KMs would be Rs 150 for cars that cost more than Rs 16 Lakh

    Passengers are faced with a doubling of rate during peak hours

Daylight robbery in taxis run by apps is a persistent problem in Bengaluru. The fare price is increased whimsically by the drivers. The Transport Department has come up with a measure to put an end to this menace. If implemented, this is bound to bring relief to the citizens of Bengaluru. 

Passengers are faced with a doubling of rate during peak hours. The problem is further intensified during spells of heavy rain. There are more than 2.2 lakh cabs across Bengaluru.Close to 80,000 trips are made on a daily basis. The Transport Department has decided to introduce a transport fare for cabs. A proposal has been presented to the government. 

For cars that exceed a cost of Rs 16 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be Rs 150. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 32 per kilometre. For cars that are in the price range of Rs 10 lakh to Rs 16 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be Rs 100. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 28 per kilometre. For cars that are in the range of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be Rs 100. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 24 per kilometre. For cars that fall below the range of Rs 5 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be R 75. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 22 per kilometre.

Bengaluru: Transport Department proposes transport fare for app-based taxis

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    There are more than 2.2 lakh cabs across Bengaluru

    Fare up to 4 KMs would be Rs 150 for cars that cost more than Rs 16 Lakh

    Passengers are faced with a doubling of rate during peak hours

Daylight robbery in taxis run by apps is a persistent problem in Bengaluru. The fare price is increased whimsically by the drivers. The Transport Department has come up with a measure to put an end to this menace. If implemented, this is bound to bring relief to the citizens of Bengaluru. 

Passengers are faced with a doubling of rate during peak hours. The problem is further intensified during spells of heavy rain. There are more than 2.2 lakh cabs across Bengaluru.Close to 80,000 trips are made on a daily basis. The Transport Department has decided to introduce a transport fare for cabs. A proposal has been presented to the government. 

For cars that exceed a cost of Rs 16 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be Rs 150. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 32 per kilometre. For cars that are in the price range of Rs 10 lakh to Rs 16 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be Rs 100. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 28 per kilometre. For cars that are in the range of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be Rs 100. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 24 per kilometre. For cars that fall below the range of Rs 5 lakh, the fare up to 4 kilometres would be R 75. Following this, there would be an increment of Rs 22 per kilometre.

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