Taxi pick-ups at the airport have decreased by about 20 percent since Uber and Lyft have started serving the facility, Slaybaugh said.
Passenger pick-ups at the airport have decreased from 1,500 people a month last year to about 1,100 a month this year, he said.
"They're definitely coming in and having an impact on the airport business," he said.
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Vehicles equipped to serve passengers with disabilities will be made within 15 minutes of a request for their use, Slaybaugh said.
Dayton Express already has hired seven new drivers from other taxi companies that operate at the airport in preparation of its new contract, he said.
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