William Rouse

Yellow Cab of Los Angeles

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General Manager of Yellow Cab of Los Angeles and President of the Taxicab ParaTtransit Association of California, which represent the state’s cab drivers

William Rouse on KCRW

For Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing companies, LAX is a gaping hole in the regional transportation system.

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As commercial ridesharing becomes more popular, it's eating into the business of traditional cab companies.

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