Mumbai: Base fares for taxi, auto hiked, here's how much you'll have to pay
| Monday | 22nd February, 2021
According to the new fare, the base fare for auto-rickshaws will be Rs 21 instead of the earlier Rs 18.
Similarly, for Taxis, the new base fare will be Rs 25, Rs 3 more than the previous base fare of Rs 22.
According to a Times of India report, auto and taxi unions in Mumbai, Thane, and Navi Mumbai have welcomed the fare hike.
Meanwhile, Shiv Sena’s youth wing on Monday put up hoardings at various petrol pumps in the city targeting the Centre over the rising fuel prices.
The hoardings also showed a comparison of fuel prices in 2015 and 2021, wherein the year 2015, fuel prices ranged between Rs 50 to Rs 60 while in 2021, fuel prices have crossed Rs 90 in several states.
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