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Ride-hailing app Ola banned in London over passenger safety concerns

App-based cab company Ola has been banned in London, after regulator Transport for London accused it of risking passenger safety by using unlicensed drivers.Ola is a SoftBank-backed ride-hailing service that operates in a number of areas in the United Kingdom, as well as other countries, and opened up for business in London in February. However the transportation authority TfL has declined to provide it with an operator’s license, under claims it is unfit to operate in the UK capital.In its decision, TfL explained Ola had reported many problems, including over 1,000 trips performed by unlicensed drivers, the BBC reports. Furthermore, Ola didn’t report its failings as soon as it knew about them, but did so at a later time. Read more…
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