Centre for Urban Studies

May 14, 2018

Less Regulations for a Better Commute- A Case Study on Taxi Aggregators in Kerala

 Click here to read the study: Less Regulations for a Better Commute- A Case Study on Taxi Aggregators in Kerala EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Taxi businesses faced a major threat from online taxi aggregator companies in the recent past. Though different state governments […]
February 4, 2017

Uberisation of Parking

  Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu has proposed to bring proof of parking in India, wherein people can buy cars only if they show proof of parking space. Madhu S, Director (Research & Projects), CPPR, analyses why the Government needs […]
December 17, 2015

Regulating Taxi Service Aggregators

Jayati Narain, managing associate- CPPR Centre for Urban studies, writes about the policy issues surrounding the regulation of taxi service aggregators in India. Read more about this in our blog http://reinventingcochin.blogspot.in/2015/12/regulating-taxi-service-aggregators-by.html
December 17, 2014

Taxi rape — Blame governments, not Uber, The NewYork Post, 14th December

Taxi rape — Blame governments, not Uber By Nicole Gelinas December 14, 2014 | 10:17pm Last year, British supermarkets had to limit parents’ baby-formula purchases — because Chinese visitors were buying up all the Western product to take home. The Chinese tourists trusted global […]