The regulations would also see quality requirements put to taxi drivers working at airports, bus stations, ports and train stations. To work at these locations, drivers would have to have a license.
Linkaits said that carriers will be able to set the ride prices themselves, ensuring competitive fees.
Drivers going to other locations will be able to choose a different offer.
Among other things, the new regulations would try to prevent a practice whereby fictitiously low fees are issued for rides, presumably for the goal of avoiding taxes.
It is planned that these amendments would come into force May 1.