Despite the hopes of many, the July meeting of the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (MTC), which regulates for-hire vehicles in Saint Louis City and County, ended without regulatory changes that would allow cheap ridesharing to enter the Saint Louis market.
At yesterday’s meeting of the Saint Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (MTC), the commissioners began considering, but ultimately tabled, taxicab code revisions regarding ridesharing companies. We at the Show-Me Institute wanted to see those proposed changes, which were almost voted on.
Just the other day, an unsigned Kansas City Star editorial considered the near future for the new Kansas City Council:
Hi friends. My name is Mike McShane, and this week I’m starting as Director of Education Policy for the Show-Me Institute. I couldn’t be more excited.
City residents care about how much they pay for government services. For those in Saint Louis and Kansas City who are wondering how much they pay, they now have an easy resource to check.
Parents have lots of jobs. Part-time, unpaid taxicab driver is one that many parents would rather not do.
For the last couple years, Kansas City’s Aviation Department and some city leaders have been pushing for a new terminal at Kansas City International Airport.