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Is it too easy to hail a taxi in Colorado? Do you pay too little? Should the government stifle competition and protect big business? We don't think so either. Email us at MileHighCab@gmail.com

Monday, August 23, 2010

Can You Hear Us Now?

Mile High Cab is riding the airwaves ...

Listen to Mile High Cab on community radio station KGNU, Monday morning drive time. Link is here.

And on Saturday morning, Mile High Cab was on the Jeff Crank radio show in Colorado Springs. Link is here.


  1. It is interesting subject, why free market and computation is not supported in Colorado? After all this is America a nation of free market and computation.

  2. Seems to me if you add more taxi drivers you need to add more taxi trips or the drivers will try to work longer to make the same amount of money. That's what I am doing. We don't need more taxi's - we need more customers or less taxis

  3. I think one reason we don't have a "taxi culture," that is that people don't ride cabs on a lot of trips, is that it's too hard to get a cab, especially in the suburubs. With more cabs and lower rates, I could see Denver becoming more like NYC, where people just naturally take cabs everywhere

  4. The reality has been revealed. If PUC wants to liberate drivers and the society at large, should materialize the pioneering of Mile high cab. New company into the market (with a better service, with a better tariff, in customers request time, every where-not only in Down town) is not adding problem to the society. It is a promise of our founder. PUC let you understand competition to serve our society is not adding a fuel to the flame; it is in the dimension of solving the existing problem. It looks you are promising to keep the society in problem, keep promising foreign companies (like Yellow) to proceed with their illegal business doing in our country, promising to keep American dream beneath the foot of those illegally serving companies-like yellow. We all Americans are here to live American dream, to keep American in the healthy competition market-it is a land of freedom, land of opportunity. Mile high is requesting to set an opportunity for the society-not for the wealthiest company, set an opportunity for the market-dream of our founders. Please think at least few times and consider the offered opportunity.