Taipei--All taxi drivers serving Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport have signed an agreement as part of an ongoing effort by the airport to upgrade service quality. As a result, each vehicle now has casualty insurance of more than NT$5 million (US$166, 080) per passenger, Taoyuan International Airport Corp. said Tuesday.
The company, which started to monitor and manage the taxi drivers who serve the airport in February, said that under the terms of the new agreement, all vehicles have installed credit card payment devices for the convenience of passengers who might not have enough cash on them.
They have also installed dashboard cameras and satellite navigation systems which will be used in the event of a dispute.
In addition, the company said it plans to introduce a digital dispatch system in October to more effectively manage taxi operations and reduce the amount of time passengers are required to wait.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel