Cab Drivers Hope Simple Sign Will Improve On The Job SafetyA Labor Department study said that taxi drivers are 20 times more likely to be killed on the job than other workers. Now, fed up cabbies want action.
Uber Technologies App To Make Car Service Prices Cheaper Than CabsThe car service app Uber Technologies announced pans Tuedsay Tuesday to cut its prices temporarily in New York City, so as to make its service cheaper than a yellow cab.
Cab Drivers Line Up At Repair Shops To Fix Damage From PotholesAs many as a dozen cabs lined up on Tenth Avenue near 34th Street in front of Downtown Tire to fix flats and damage to their cabs due to pot holes.
'E-Hail' Apps Cleared For Use By Appellate CourtPlans for smartphone apps to hail taxis in New York City got the go-ahead Tuesday from an appeals court.
Seen At 11: TLC Officers Go Under Cover To Bust Illegal CabbiesThe city's Taxi and Limousine Commission is cracking down on dangerous and illegal pick ups. CBS 2's Dave Carlin was given exclusive access to an undercover operation.
Ask Asa: Angry Cab Drivers Can Put Riders At RiskOn a holiday known for fun and revelry Sarah Durante and Stephanie Russo experienced what they called a St Patrick's Day scare. It happened when they boarded a cab in Midtown and asked for a ride to the Bronx.
Doctors Warn Passengers Who Don't Wear Seat Belts Of Facial Injuries From Taxi Partitions Doctors say that taxi passengers who neglect to wear seatbelts are suffering from terrible facial injuries, even in minor fender-benders.
Funeral Home Paying Cab Tabs For NYE PartiersT.J. McGowan Sons Funeral Home in North Rockland is offering free rides to revelers between midnight Friday and 4 a.m. Saturday morning.
NYC To Test Changes To Access-A-RideScheduling regular Access-A-Ride service can be inconvenient for customers mobile enough to ride in a car. A new pilot program will allow 500 Access-A-Ride users to take cabs.

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