Research on the Administrative Regulatory Model of Road Traffic: Taking “Online Car-Hailing Services” as an Example



With the rise of the Internet Plus concept, the sharing economy has integrated into the transportation services, and the online car-hailing industry has developed rapidly. While meeting the diversified transportation needs of the public, it has also led to conflicts and controversies with traditional taxis in terms of laws and policies. The emergence of new things inevitably breaks through the closed and inefficient existing systems. Faced with innovation, it is normal for regulatory measures to lag behind. Regulatory authorities should lower the barriers to entry, allow multiple market entities to compete fully, and should not adopt a one-size-fits-all approach to regulate online car-hailing services. Instead, they should encourage innovation, change their regulatory mindset, and transform their regulatory approaches to standardize and guide the industry, thus achieving a reasonable management of the emerging sector.


Transportation; Online Car-Hailing; Regulation

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