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Norwegian govt looks at effects of new tech on taxi sector

Tuesday 6 September 2016 | 11:45 CET | News
The Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications said it will consider changes to taxi regulations, following a meeting with representatives of the cab sector. Among other things, the ministry will look at allowing the use of new technology to calculate fares and provide information for passengers. Any changes are expected to come into force at the turn of the year 2017 into 2018.

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