Ride-hailing companies in B.C. will be able to pick up in larger areas than taxis, charge similar minimum fares, and can have as many cars on the road to start, according to new rules revealed by the Passenger Transportation Board. Taxi operators furious with the new ridesharing regime gathered en masse Monday and voiced a number of concerns. They said congestion will increase, families supported by the taxi industry will be hurt, and insisted the rules are not fair. Kulwant Sahota from Yellow Cab talks with Harjinder Thind about these new rules and answers some questions Metro Vancouver residents have.