An ordinance that would pave the way for transportation network companies, such as Uber and Lyft, to expand into Monroe drew criticism from Mayor Jamie Mayo on Monday.
C Roschad Wilson MONROE please catch up
Shane Wall Joe Summerscales
Brandon Rodgers Would be helpful if West Monroe agreed as well.
Caleb Wallace Why in the hell are cities protecting cab companies? Nobody protected video stores from amazon Hulu or Netflix! Cab companies will b a thing of the past in the next 5-10 years it's time to accept it and move on
D.W. Berry I guess ole Mayo has never waited for a cab before in Monroe however its not like the City bus runs at 2am to help out the party people.
Bonnie Spruell Braswell Don't hold your breath...
Abbey Barton I called a cab in Monroe once to take me and a friend out to a bar. Told them where I was, and where I wanted to go, and they immediately hung up. This is why Monroe needs Uber.
John Pritchard Then as soon as it becomes legal 1 or 2 people will screw it up for everyone that lives there or near.
Dawn Holloway Paula Jeselink
Rebekah Cummins Jungina I called for a cab in Monroe one night and was told it would be over an hour before they could come because they were busy. 🤷♀️
Stepheni Shicksnider There are one or two operating cabs for Monroe/West Monroe. I have waited hours for a cab, if one came at all. Usually you can't even get one. Mayo is just keeping the cities backwards so they can keep generating money by pulling over people who think they've waited long enough to drive. He is in no real way trying to better the area. How is he still in office?