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Rebooting Paris' abandoned taxi ranks

In Paris, empty taxi ranks are soon to be a thing of the past. The number of people who use the ranks has steadily declined in recent years following the introduction of apps like Flywheel, which have drawn people away. But now, an official city-wide app is to be launched.

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