6 days Singapore cabbies, private-hire drivers find the going tough even with easing of COVID-19 restrictions Inquirer
  SINGAPORE --- Five months after Singapore moved into phase two of reopening its economy in June, taxi and private-hire drivers continue to spend more time roaming the streets without passengers, with some earning just enough to cover costs. Demand for rides remains more lackluster than last year due to the lack of tourists, shut entertainment venues like nightclubs, the ban on the sale of alcohol after 10:30 pm, and many still working from home. There are also fewer instances of surge pricing for private-hire drivers, meaning they have to make more trips to match their pre-Covid-19 earnings. In response ... more