A taxi driver in Istanbul has been fined and banned from traffic for refusing to take a disabled passenger, local media reported.
Uber drivers in Istanbul have sent a message to Turkish authorities using over 100 vehicles. Click through for the story in photos...
Hundreds of cars operated by ride-sharing app Uber’s drivers have been seized in Istanbul in the latest police crackdown. Click through for the story in photos...
The ride sharing app Uber has announced that Turkish users of its UberXL service can now receive official electronic receipts, triggering rumors that Turkey may have "legalized" it.
A group of Uber drivers clashed with Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality's security personnel on Aug. 9 when they organized a protest over their seized cars.
Taxi drivers across Spain joined a strike on July 30 against ride hailing competitors such as Uber and Cabify who they say unfairly threaten their livelihoods.
Hundreds of taxi drivers have blocked a main road in the southwestern Turkish resort city of Bodrum to protest the detention of one of their colleagues who are accused of beating a Uber driver.
Following their victory against Uber, Turkish taxi drivers now move against Syrian migrants whom they have accused of running a “pirate” taxi service in Ankara. Click through for the story in photos (Mert Gökhan Koç - Hürriyet)
UberBOAT, an Uber service operating on the Croatian coast since last year, has said it intends to increase operations on the Adriatic this year.
A one-way trip from the city of Split to the island of Hvar by Uber for a boatload of eight people costs 350 euros by Uber, or just over 40 euros per person.
Istanbul Mayor Mevlüt Uysal has denied recent reports that popular ridesharing app Uber could freely operate in Turkey's largest city if its drivers pick up a touristic transport license.