to do at 2:45am after realizing neither Uber or taxis were running. What normally would have taken 25min. "Today everything is blocked in Barcelona, the airport, the stations, etc the head of Taxis Companys, Luis Lopez, told AFP. Madrid (AFP) - Taxi drivers in Madrid went on strike oficina patentes y marcas madrid horario Saturday in solidarity with Barcelona cabbies protesting against "unfair competition" from Uber and Cabify. Furthermore, 20,000 drivers are expected to take part in a demonstration in the center of Madrid beginning around midday; taxis will gather at the. Event, taxi drivers in, madrid and, barcelona will be on strike for 24 hours beginning at 06:00 (local time) on Wednesday, November 29, the latest in a series of protests against the ride-sharing services Uber and Cabify. A bus attendant helped me find the right bus to get to the airport bus. File photo by Josep Lago/AFP. "The main problem is the proliferation of VTC (tourism vehicle with chauffeur) licenses he said. Madrid trying to find Calle de, almagro bus stop.
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The strike spread, and over the weekend taxi drivers in Madrid, Seville, Valencia, Alicante, Mlaga, Zaragoza and La Rioja began to turn off their engines in solidarity.
(until) there is a solution he warned. By Uber took an hour of running and sweating and panic. "All taxis have spontaneously and progressively stopped work, paralyzing services in the capital, at the airport, around bus and railway stations federation secretary Santiago Simon Vicente told AFP. I had a 6:10 am flight so luckily I had woken up early. I got to the T2 at 4:30am and got to my gate right at boarding time. Today there are only five for every VTC, said Santiago Simon Vicente. Today there are only five for every VTC, said Vicente. Atocha train station and drive towards the parliament building. Transport company Unauto, which represents Uber and Cabify, on Saturday urged the Spanish government to "take back control of the streets saying "violent" taxi drivers were trying to defend a monopoly. Taxi drivers cut access to central Barcelona on Friday after the Spanish government appealed a ruling approved by Barcelona authorities that limited the number of licenses for Uber-style services. Madrid, Spain Taxi drivers in Madrid went on strike Saturday, July 28, in solidarity with Barcelona cabbies protesting against "unfair competition" from madre de alacran picadura Uber and Cabify.