Cooperative Ridesharing and Taxi Platforms

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Compiled by Nathan Schneider [1]:

  • Alexandria Union Cab Cooperative [2]
  • Flywheel, an app for traditional taxi companies [4]
  • RideWith: Teig, Amir. “Google's Waze to launch worldwide carpooling pilot in Israel.” Haaretz. July 6, 2015. [5]
  • Transunion Car Service - app-based in Newark, NJ [6]:


  • Ackerman, Seth. “How to Socialize Uber.” Jacobin. April 7, 2015. [7]
  • Cassano, Jay. “Taxis Unite: Denver Taxi Drivers Are Forming Their Own Cooperatives.” FastCoExist. February 4, 2015. [8]
  • DePillis, Lydia. “Can taxi unions build an app to take on Uber?.” The Washington Post. January 19, 2015.
  • Hansen, Mary. “What If Uber Were a Unionized, Worker-Owned Co-Op? These Denver Cabbies Are Making It Happen.” YES! Magazine. April 10, 2015. [9]
  • Harris, Kyle. “Cabby-owned Taxi Cooperatives on the Rise.” Shareable. January 5, 2015. [10]
  • “Montgomery County Council Approves Bills to Improve Taxi Service, Compete With Companies Like Uber.” NBC Washington. July 21, 2015. [11]
  • Shu, Catherine. “Korea’s Daum Kakao Prepares To Launch Kakao Taxi As Uber Faces Legal Woes.” TechCrunch. January 13, 2015. [12]
    • Delli Santi, Angela. “From Organizing to Mobilizing: United Transportation Alliance Launches App-Based Taxi Service.” AFL-CIO Now. March 25, 2015.
    • Nix, Naomi. “Union-backed taxi service starts in Newark, amid regulatory debate about Uber.” March 20, 2015.