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Who has not heard arguments erupt over who got there first or who needs the cab more? As words turn into shoving matches or even fistfights, the outcome is the same: The winner rides away in the back seat, leaving the loser at the curb.

But instead of fighting, how about sharing?Starting on Tuesday, a service gives passengers the option ofmaking space in the back seat for a stranger in thousands of yellow taxis, in return for discounted fares.The shared rides are being offered through a partnership between two ride-hailing apps: Via and Curb.

 

 

The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxiindustry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing app.The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing appThe service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing app. Mr. Daniel Ramot said -

 

 

“I think New Yorkers may be more will share that we give them credit especially”

 

 

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered farefor the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered fare for the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different

 

“It’s not a bad idea,” said Mr. Raul Perez, 28, an engineer. “It’s a way to meet people. You might even meet the love of your life in a taxi, you never know”

[ He recalled that he had shared a taxi with a tourist from Sweden six months ago. The latter talked so much about Sweden during the 20-minute ride that Mr. Perez said he is now interested in visiting. ]

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Who has not heard arguments erupt over who got there first or who needs the cab more? As words turn into shoving matches or even fistfights, the outcome is the same: The winner rides away in the back seat, leaving the loser at the curb.

But instead of fighting, how about sharing?Starting on Tuesday, a service gives passengers the option ofmaking space in the back seat for a stranger in thousands of yellow taxis, in return for discounted fares.The shared rides are being offered through a partnership between two ride-hailing apps: Via and Curb.

 

The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxiindustry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing app.The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing appThe service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing app. Mr. Daniel Ramot said -

 

 

“I think New Yorkers may be more will share that we give them credit especially”

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered farefor the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered fare for the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different

 

“It’s not a bad idea,” said Mr. Raul Perez, 28, an engineer. “It’s a way to meet people. You might even meet the love of your life in a taxi, you never know”

[ He recalled that he had shared a taxi with a tourist from Sweden six months ago. The latter talked so much about Sweden during the 20-minute ride that Mr. Perez said he is now interested in visiting. ]

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Who has not heard arguments erupt over who got there first or who needs the cab more? As words turn into shoving matches or even fistfights, the outcome is the same: The winner rides away in the back seat, leaving the loser at the curb.

But instead of fighting, how about sharing?Starting on Tuesday, a service gives passengers the option ofmaking space in the back seat for a stranger in thousands of yellow taxis, in return for discounted fares.The shared rides are being offered through a partnership between two ride-hailing apps: Via and Curb.

 

 

The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxiindustry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing app.The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing appThe service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing app. Mr. Daniel Ramot said -

 

 

“I think New Yorkers may be more will share that we give them credit especially”

 

 

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered farefor the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered fare for the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different

 

“It’s not a bad idea,” said Mr. Raul Perez, 28, an engineer. “It’s a way to meet people. You might even meet the love of your life in a taxi, you never know”

[ He recalled that he had shared a taxi with a tourist from Sweden six months ago. The latter talked so much about Sweden during the 20-minute ride that Mr. Perez said he is now interested in visiting. ]

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Who has not heard arguments erupt over who got there first or who needs the cab more? As words turn into shoving matches or even fistfights, the outcome is the same: The winner rides away in the back seat, leaving the loser at the curb.

But instead of fighting, how about sharing?Starting on Tuesday, a service gives passengers the option ofmaking space in the back seat for a stranger in thousands of yellow taxis, in return for discounted fares.The shared rides are being offered through a partnership between two ride-hailing apps: Via and Curb.

 

 

The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxiindustry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing app.The service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and another ride-hailing appThe service is the latest effort to help the yellow taxi industry which has lost ground to Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing app. Mr. Daniel Ramot said -

 

 

“I think New Yorkers may be more will share that we give them credit especially”

 

 

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered farefor the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.

Passengers can opt for a shared taxi through the Via or Curb app and each party will pay 60 percent of the metered fare for the shared portion of their ride.There will be a limit of two different parties – be totaling three people – at a time in a yellow cab.There will be a limit of two different

 

“It’s not a bad idea,” said Mr. Raul Perez, 28, an engineer. “It’s a way to meet people. You might even meet the love of your life in a taxi, you never know”

[ He recalled that he had shared a taxi with a tourist from Sweden six months ago. The latter talked so much about Sweden during the 20-minute ride that Mr. Perez said he is now interested in visiting. ]