Last updateFri, 29 Apr 2016 3pm

City’s Uber drivers protest fare cut

Drivers of app-based taxi service Uber say the decision by the company to lower fares by 30 percent – compared to June 2015 – in metro-area Guadalajara is making their work unprofitable.

Online business provides domestic workers ‘on demand’

Guadalajara residents who only have an occasional need for maid a or household helper/cleaner might check out a new web-based service, “Mi dulce hogar,” which supplies “trustworthy” domestic workers on demand.

Police target illegal medicines barrio

In a joint operation last week, municipal, state and federal law-enforcement agencies swooped on vendors selling illegal medicines in Guadalajara’s Santuario neighborhood.

Traffic cops ticket bikers for not wearing vests

Motorcyclists have criticized the decision by the Secretaría de Movilidad  (State Transportation Department) to start enforcing regulations obliging them to use bright, reflective vests (chalecos) to make them more visible. 

Street vendors back downtown but on a tight leash

The first newly registered street vendors given permission to sell merchandize in the Guadalajara city center settled into their new spots this week.