RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A bill introduced in São Paulo's city council seeks to enforce new rules for the operation of Uber, 99 and Cabify: the total number of drivers in these services may not exceed the number of taxi drivers in the city.
The companies will be required to buy "kilometer credits" for their partners to operate in the city of São Paulo. In addition, the vehicle must be in the driver's name, excluding rented cars.
Bill 419/2018 is authored by city councilor Adilson Amadeu, who represents the taxi drivers and seeks to legislate . . .