New bill would help stop long-hauling by cab drivers
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A new bill proposed by a state lawmaker would help stop the problem of long-hauling in Las Vegas.
According to the Las Vegas Sun, the bill would give the Nevada Taxicab Authority the power to crate zones in Las Vegas between locations that would cost passengers a flat rate.
For example, a ride from McCarran International Airport to a north Strip hotel would cost the same fee, regardless of the driver or the lenght of time it took to get here.
The bill was introduced Tuesday, but no action was taken.