As of September 17, the regularization process begins for Uber in Puerto Vallarta, which means that it will be operating in the city without any legal challenges.
The Uber transport network platform will remain in Puerto Vallarta, as announced by Mobility Secretary Diego Monraz.
The announcement made on Thursday ended the uncertainty that the drivers and users had with the digital platform since it began operating in the city without any legal protections.
Once the regularization of drivers in the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area is completed, Puerto Vallarta will follow.
The mobility law does not set deadlines for the app to enter the destination on a regular basis, it only requests that it be regulated first in the capital and that has already happened.
They will also seek to talk with representatives of InDrive and Ecodrive, although these still lag behind Uber in terms of organization.
The secretary also confirmed that there will be no more operations against Uber and acknowledged that the platform has created jobs in Puerto Vallarta and there is enough work for everyone in the city transportation scheme.
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