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Taxis roam the Centro in Merida, Yucatan. Photo: Sipse Taxis in Yucatan and ride-share cars such as Uber...
Passengers queue up at a Calle 59 bus stop in Merida. Photo: Diario de Yucatan Updated: Yucatan government...
A protest last February outside the state government building at the Plaza Grande shows the tensions between Uber drivers and taxistas....
The ride-share platform Uber suspended 240 customer accounts in Mexico City after learning they may have had contact with two drivers who could have been spreading coronavirus.
Photo: La Jornada Maya Merida, Yucatan — The National Guard today begins protecting the international airport from violence,...
A new fleet of "Eco-Taxis" has come to Progreso. Photo: Facebook Progreso, Yucatan — Thirty new blue "Eco-Taxis"...
Uber is working with BBVA bank and Mastercard to launch a debit card for drivers in Mexico.
Mexico's government on Monday detailed plans to collect estimated taxes from ride-share companies, but China’s Didi said it would not take part in the arrangement.
Uber plans to return to Cancun with 2,000 drivers, twice the number of "partners" the ride share company had when it suspended operations.
It's a curious time for Uber to raise its .
Seniors and disabled passengers can now summon a car and driver that takes their particular needs in mind.
The popular Uber Eats food delivery app launched a promotion Wednesday signals the growing competition between two donut shops that weren't even in Mérida a few years ago.
Random checks will instruct drivers to take a selfie before meeting their next customer.
Uber's spinoff, Uber Eats, delivers restaurant food to people's homes and offices. The service is about to arrive in Mérida.
Officials who brought the Uber ride-sharing platform to Mérida nearly two years ago are today more conciliatory in their drawn-out confrontation with the state legislature.
After 15 months of operating in defiance of state law, Uber announced that it will suspend activities at 9 a.m. today as a "gesture of collaboration."
An unexpected ruling from a federal judge questions the constitutionality of Yucatán's attempt to regulate Uber.
Uber is threatening to leave Cancun's growing resort market if proposed rules governing the ride-hailing service go through.