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New taxi protests BOUNCE by the Competition Authority


Photo: LFV / Lars Modin.

FCA dismissed on Wednesday complaints against the new queuing for taxis that LFV face at the airport on 23 March. An earlier proposal for a new queuing system was stopped by the work, but then LFV has made the plans says FCA yes to the queuing system. Yesterday protested a hundred taxi drivers towards the new system.

According to LFV is the purpose of the new queue system to reward environmentally taxis and reduce the number of empty runs at the airport.

The goal is that 100 percent of all taxis at the airport will be ecotaxis 1 July 2011. At the same time, LFV introduce a system of filindelning easier for travelers to choose the taxi company they want to go with.

Also, the new, reworked, the system has been met with protests from some taxi companies, including Stockholm Transfer.

The Competition Authority believes that the new plans are different from the earlier proposal on several crucial ways.

On Wednesday protested about 100 taxi drivers by slowly drive in a convoy from Stockholm to Arlanda Airport.

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