As New York City preps to take on its new taxis, the Taxi and Limousine Commission is welcoming its new partner in Nissan.
Get ready for a new sight on New York City streets: the “Taxi of Tomorrow” is being developed by Nissan.
New York lawmakers came together on Monday to announce new federal legislation they hope will allow them to set higher fuel efficiency standards for city taxis.
Commissioner David Yassky says he’s looking to change the channel on the programming when you first sit down in a cab.
The city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission voted unanimously to amend existing regulations to require that drivers maintain “a professional appearance.”
Residents said the yellow medallion cabs that clog the streets in Manhattan rarely pick up fares once in the boroughs, making it frustrating to quickly get from one place to another.
Currently, cabbies can be fined for violating the dress code. It bans tube shirts, tank tops and bathing trunks.
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.