Public transport concessionaires in the port of Guerrero announced protests in the offices where Governor Héctor Astudillo Flores dispatches to prevent the operation of this type of application.
Public transport concessionaires in the port of Acapulco threatened to burn units used by the Uber, Didi, and Globy platforms, which have been operating in the entity’s main tourist destination for two weeks.
In a conference, this Monday, transport leaders affirmed that these applications will affect at least 10,000 concessionaires, and announced protests in the offices where Governor Héctor Astudillo Flores dispatches to prevent the operation of private units.
They explained that these types of units have been operating in Acapulco for two weeks and so far no authority has offered an explanation.
Therefore, they announced that they will implement a hunt for private vehicles to burn them, arguing that competition in the sector will affect dealers.
This position caused annoyance among citizens, who through social networks demanded that carriers improve the quality of the concessioned service.