The Goa government has launched a taxi service app to make it easier for tourists to travel.

The Goa government has released a taxi service software named “Goa Taxi App” that allows consumers to book cabs for travel inside the state online. The app’s goal is to promote tourist traffic by insuring their safety and lowering their travel costs. Tourists have expressed dissatisfaction with Goa’s taxi fares, with some suggesting that flying from Mumbai to Goa is less expensive than taking a taxi to their accommodation.

Goa Government Launched “Goa Taxi App” for Tourists Hustles Free Travel Experience

The Goa government unveiled a taxi service app on Friday, allowing users to hire a cab online and travel anywhere in the coastal state. The “Goa Taxi App” was inaugurated by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant in the presence of state Tourism Minister Rohan Khaunte, Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) chairman Ganesh Gaonkar, and tourism director Suneel Anchipaka.

Speaking on the occasion, Sawant stated that the state’s tourism footfall will improve once visitors are certain of their safety, and the adoption of the taxi app is a major step in that direction.

According to him, the app will also assist reduce travel costs for tourists, who have been complaining about excessive taxi charges in the coastal state.

“Tourists were complaining that flying to Goa from Mumbai is cheaper than taking a taxi to a hotel in the coastal state,” the chief minister remarked.

According to Khaunte, the “Goa Taxi App” has been functioning at the Manohar International Airport (MIA), Mopa for the past six months following its soft launch.

According to him, more than 500 tourist taxi operators have already joined the app and are pleased with its performance.

Operators who join the app will be eligible for a variety of initiatives, including cash assistance for marriage and scholarships for their children.

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