New technology could put an end to taxicab long-hauling
4 January 2013
A Las Vegas company is testing a cloud-based vehicle monitoring system that could revolutionize transportation regulation and help solve one of the Nevada Taxicab Authority’s biggest problems: the illegal long-hauling of taxi passengers. Frias Transportation Infrastructure, a technology company operated by the managers of the Frias Transportation Group — which runs the largest group of taxicab companies in Clark County — has spent three years developing RideIntegrity, a computer hardware and software system. “We think that implementation of RideIntegrity would virtually eliminate the long-haul issue,” said Mark James, CEO of Frias Transportation Infrastructure, also known as FTi. Long-hauling — when ...
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