Uber coming to Vilnius


Vilnius Mayor Remigijus Šimašius met with Uber representatives for Eastern Europe on Friday. He said Lithuania’s laws were not entirely favourable for the service, but added that Vilnius could launch a pilot project and then talk to the government about amending regulations.

Uber, head-quartered in San Francisco, USA, operates in 60 countries, including neighbouring Estonia and Poland.


The company has developed a smartphone app that allows users to call up drivers who use their own cars to provide passenger transportation service. Taxi drivers across Europe, who see the app as a threat to their business, have held protests, demanding that the service be banned.

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