Uber’s Yellow Cab is the only taxi in the city, with drivers from the Seattle-based company already operating in Portland.
But there are others, including one with a name that could be the company’s, called Yellow Taxi.
The company is based in the state of Washington, and the company is listed on the Seattle Department of Transportation’s website.
The Yellow Cab app, which has been downloaded over 15 million times, allows drivers to hail their vehicles, and is available on iOS and Android.
The app also allows drivers from other cities to request rides.
The Uber logo is seen at the front of a Yellow Cab car in Seattle, Washington, January 30, 2021.
REUTERS/Jason Redmond – RTX2W5D5YZ/Handout via Reuters The Portland Police Department said in a statement that it is aware of the Yellow Cab service, but the department has no plans to pursue the complaint.
Portland Police Chief Steve Novick said he would like to make a statement.
“I know this is a city where a lot of people come together to get to work and a lot more people get hurt in a lot less time than you’d think, but we also need to make sure that we are doing everything we can to protect the public safety,” he said.
The city has been struggling with a rising number of traffic crashes, including a spike in fatalities that has prompted some to question whether Uber’s surge pricing system, which charges drivers for more trips, has contributed to the increase.
Police Chief Janice Rogers-Carr said that a number of officers had been sent to the area, and that the city was working to ensure safety.
“I have spoken to our officers and are aware that a vehicle that is involved in a collision, and if it is a yellow cab, that yellow cab will be subject to an immediate stop and we will be taking appropriate action to stop that vehicle,” she said.
Police said that they have been able to make contact with Yellow Cab drivers and had seen the company on its app, and would take any further action necessary.
As of Wednesday, the Portland Police had not issued a formal statement on the issue, but police had issued a statement on Twitter saying that Yellow Cab would have to file a formal complaint.
“Yellow Cab is not currently offering surge pricing in Portland, but is actively considering offering it as a way to help us maintain our service,” the police department said.
“Our focus at this time is on maintaining public safety and preventing collisions and injuries in our city.”
Yellow Cab and Uber have not responded to requests for comment.