LONDONERS may no longer be able to get an Uber from next Sunday after it was stripped of its licence at the end of the month.Transport for London made the announcement this morning that Uber will not be able to operate in the capital because they found it was “not fit and proper”.Uber has 21 days to appeal the decision but in the meantime the main question on everyone’s minds is what will they use instead? And how much do they cost? We take a look at the options.For each app we took a look at how much it would cost to travel from The Sun Online’s HQ in London Bridge to the Roundhouse in Camden.For Uber it estimated it would cost £20 to £27 for the 35 minute, 4.6 mile journey and a driver would arrive in 5 minutes.Taxi-hailing app Hailo merged with MyTaxi late last year to create one big service. It operates in over 50 cities across Europe, including London.Its app is available to download onto iPhone and Android handsets. Like Uber you can see your cab’s progress on a live map and you can call your driver.Your taxi will wait outside for 2 and half minutes… Read full this story
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