New Delhi: The Transport for London (TFL) has refused to grant a new operating license to Ola after the company saw several flaws in its functioning.
This was stated by London transport regulator. TFL in a statement that it has denied License to Ola private taxi services in London. The company has not been found suitable for this.
There are several defects in the functioning of the company that can put public safety at risk.
However, OLA has said that it will challenge the decision.
Ola has started operations in the UK capital London in February this year. They have 21 days to challenge the TFL’s decision.
Ola can continue operating until the appeals process is decided.
Ola UK managing director ‘Mark Rosendal’ said that the company had been working with TFL during its review, all the issues raised were addressed in an open and transparent manner.
He said that Ola would take advantage of the opportunity to challenge this decision and in doing so, it assured its customers and drivers that the company would continue to function normally and provide safe and reliable transport facilities in London.