This project's goal is to try to systematize local taxi pricing data globally and to provide taxi fare estimates as accurate as possible.
Use our Taxi Fare Calculator to calculate a projected fare for your next taxi ride, or simply check out taxi prices by location.

Calculate a taxi fare

Get an estimated taxi fare for your route, as well as real-time fares from Uber, Lyft etc.

Taxi rates by city

Check rates in your location: initial fee, cost per min and cost per mile(km)

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Fare estimate examples

  •   Brackenham to Empangeni   8 mins ago
  •   Nottingham Station to Birmingham International Airpo   20 mins ago
  •   SY2 5ST to Concord College   41 mins ago
  •   Howrah Railway Station to Haldar para lane   1 hour ago
  •   10 James Rd to Von Broembsen Road   1 hour ago
  •   Dereham to Mattishall   2 hours ago
  •   New Islamabad Airport Road to Faizabad   3 hours ago
  •   Acworth to Kennesaw   3 hours ago
  •   NEIGRIHMS Educational Institute to Network Travels   4 hours ago
  •   2279 Bayberry Cir to Stonebrook Healthcare Center   4 hours ago
  •   Bridgwater to Manchester Airport   4 hours ago
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Taxi classification

Taxi services are just about everywhere in 2020: each with a different rider capacity, a different cost, and a different purpose. We classified the most common taxi services into 5 classes, though not all services listed on this page are available in every city:
  • ECONOMY Class. Example: UberStart. Economy cars are typically compact sedans like the Daewoo Nexia and similar.
  • STANDARD Class. Example: UberX. Standard cars - regular sedans like the Toyota Prius, Toyota Camry, Honda Accord.
  • COMFORT Class. Example: UberSelect. Comfort class service usually seats up to 4 riders in cars of premium brands. Audi A6 and similar.
  • XL Class. Example: UberXL or UberVan. Seats 6 passengers. Cars are SUVs and minivans. Usually costs like Comfort.
  • BUSINESS Class. Example: UberBlack. Typically luxury sedan or luxury SUV. Mersedes E-class and similar.

Taxi pricing formula

Travellers frequently ask how much it will cost to take a taxi from point A to point B.
The most common formula for calculating taxi fare is as follows:

Your Taxi Fare
= Initial Fee + (Cost per minute * time in ride) + (Cost per mile or km * ride distance)