Railways hails cab aggregators for parking slots; Uber, Ola not interested

Ride so far too costly, say the latter; attempt now to sweeten parking spot deal for the cab aggregators

Shine JacobKaran Choudhury New Delhi/Bengaluru
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A revenue churning plan for Indian Railways (IR) that would have hitched a ride with cab service aggregators Uber and Ola seems to have got derailed.   According to sources in the know, the two companies have informed IR that they will be unable to continue managing the designated spaces allotted by the national transporter for parking in key stations such as Bengaluru and Mumbai.

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First Published: Oct 27 2019 | 10:04 PM IST

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