The city of Jerusalem’s taxi industry is thriving, thanks in part to a booming business in the region.
But now, with the opening of a new Uber and Lyft service, the taxi industry in the city has been hit by a crisis, and that has caused an uproar among some taxi drivers.
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For the past several years, a number of taxi drivers have complained that their business has been impacted by Uber and other ride-sharing services.
This has been an issue that has become more and more of an issue with each passing year.
According to the Jerusalem Post, the drivers are angry at the company for not allowing them to set their own hours and have demanded the suspension of the company.
The taxi industry has seen a spike in popularity among young people in the area, especially since it is the area that is expected to become the next capital of Israel, and there is also a growing number of young people coming from abroad to study in the country.
Many of these drivers have also been calling for a boycott of Uber and similar services, and the drivers have been vocal about their concerns.
The city’s taxi drivers say that they have been making a lot of money through their business, and they have not been paid in full by the taxi company.
Despite this, the city’s mayor, Nir Barkat, has been calling on the taxi drivers to hold firm and stop the boycott of the companies, which the drivers claim is in violation of their rights.
Barkat said on Thursday that Uber and its parent company, GrabTaxi, are “destroying the city,” and he said that they should stop operating in the neighborhood.
The issue of the boycott was raised in the municipal elections in May, when a number in the community voted against a proposal by a coalition of Arab parties to boycott Uber.
The vote was supported by the city council and the Taxi Drivers Association, which had been supporting the boycott, and then-Mayor Avraham Barkat also came out against the boycott.
After the vote, the City Council voted to ban the taxi companies from operating in Jerusalem.
The council also said that Uber drivers would be banned from operating until the issue was resolved.
The two sides also reached an agreement to set up a committee that would investigate the taxi workers’ complaints and work out a settlement.
However, the issue has been met with a mixture of frustration and anger.
On Monday, a group of taxi workers in the vicinity of Jerusalem Central Station filed a lawsuit against the city, saying that the taxi driver-dominated administration has been violating their rights and that it has been “disrespectful” to their employer.
They have asked for an investigation into the company and its operations in the municipality.
The complaint is not an official one, and it is not yet known if the case will go to trial.