Hailing a ride in D.C. has changed. No more standing on a street corner waving your arms in the air. No more fumbling with cash and coins.
After years of complaints about a taxi system that was less than dependable, smartphones have opened the door to upstarts such as UberX, Lyft and Sidecar. And these app-based ride-sharing services are giving cab drivers in the District and around the region serious competition for customers...
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