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Uber is threatening to leave Cancun's growing resort market if proposed rules governing the ride-hailing service go through.
Since the Supreme Court sided with the state in regulating Uber, drivers are being particularly cautious as police, transport officials and taxi drivers join forces against them.
Eight members of Mexico’s Supreme Court said that states, including Yucatán, are within their rights to regulate the ride-sharing platform.
For the second time in less than a week, an Uber driver has been caught violating the law by providing transportation at the Mérida airport.
Objecting to an amendment's tough provisions, Uber has ignored a state-mandated deadline to register its business, but is vowing to stay in Mérida.
Frustrated taxi drivers will strike again, while some quietly yield to ride-sharing platforms and "pirate" private-driving services.
Hours after an Uber driver was beaten, the local taxi union announced a general strike to protest ride-sharing competition.