Some drivers have emerged from behind their wheels of their yellow cabs to become the faces of the first-ever NYC taxi drivers calendar.
The drivers shouted “Fix the bill!” and hoisted signs that said “This bill kills jobs!” Working cabbies honked in solidarity as they cruised up Third Avenue.
New York City taxi drivers who refuse to take passengers to their requested destination will soon be slapped with increased fines. The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill that increases those penalties.
Students go to college for many reasons and many different courses, but there’s one course at LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City that most New Yorkers don’t know about: Taxi School.
HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (AP) – Police have arrested a Long Island woman on charges she robbed two taxi cab drivers after slashing them with a knife. Amy Kowalewski of Huntington was charged with two counts […]
The Wyandanch man has charged with eight robberies of taxi cab drivers.