Taxi drivers suspend blockades aimed at UBER in Puerto Vallarta

At 1:55 PM on Wednesday, taxi drivers suspended blockades at 4 points in Puerto Vallarta, due to the arrival of UBER to the city.

Under the slogan "Knock Down UBER," the transportation leaders informed their union members gathered at the plaza kiosk in the heart of Puerto Vallarta to stand down.

The agreement was to suspend action until a crucial meeting is held this Friday, in which the municipal president, Arturo Dávalos Peña, the secretary of the Confederation of Mexican Workers, CTM, Rafael Yerena and staff of the government of Jalisco, would discuss the operation of UBER . . .

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