When Uber is Allowed to Pick up Passengers at BOS

Feb. 3, 2017 – A passenger stands under the direction sign, await outside the exit door of Terminal B at Boston Logon International(BOS) Airport on Friday. On Tuesday, Uber was allowed to legally pick up customers at BOS, providing more choices for passengers. Photo by Xinlei Photographer.
Feb. 3, 2017 – Two direction signs place outside Terminal B with airport staff stand by. According to MassPort, passengers in Terminals A and B can meet Uber drivers in the terminal limo lots while passengers at Terminals C and E will have a new dedicated TNC pick up area between the two terminals. Photo by Xinlei Photographer.
Feb. 3, 2017 – Passengers walks out of Terminal B, standing between the signs around the Taxi pick-up area. Photo by Xinlei Photographer.
Feb. 3, 2017 – Hundreds of cabs waits in rows at the Taxi Pool of BOS before taking passengers. The deals between MassPort and ride-hailing companies Uber, and Lyft a few weeks ago, are thought to cut off a big piece of cake from Boston taxi industry. Photo by Xinlei Photographer.
Feb. 3, 2017 – Rida Elakar, a veteran taxi driver for 19 years, sits inside the car and shows the number he got from Taxi Pool entrance at BOS. He said he waited there for two hours in the morning that day. “We’ve already run out of business,” he said, one of his colleagues quit to start Uber business. Photo by Xinlei Photographer.

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