De Blasio Proposes Regulations To Keep Cabbies From Working Extra-Long ShiftsNew rules could have taxi drivers putting the brakes on dangerously long shifts.
TLC Moving Ahead With Plan To Scrap Taxi TVThe Taxi and Limousine Commission plans to move ahead with its proposal to scrap the TV screens that can now be found in the back seats of city cabs.
TLC Says It's Time To Get Rid Of Back-Seat TV Screens In TaxisThe TV screens in the back seat of New York City taxis will likely soon be no more, the Taxi and Limousine Commission said Monday evening.
Greenpoint Streets Become Taxi Graveyard As Drivers Switch To UberDrivers’ shift to the latest trends in hailing a ride has left yellow taxis sitting idle in New York City.
San Juan Mayor Upset Cabbie Wouldn't Take Her To BronxShe said a second cabbie did agree to go to the Bronx but complained the entire trip.
4 Injured When 4 Taxis Crash At Park Avenue, 37th StreetFour people were injured Tuesday evening in a multi-vehicle accident on the East Side of Manhattan.
NYC Business Owners Furious About Having To Close For Feared BlizzardEarlier fears of an epic blizzard quickly turned to fury Tuesday, as businesses lost half a billion dollars in New York City alone because of the massive shutdown.
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.
Judge Formally Approves Deal For Wheelchair-Accessible NYC TaxisIn a release, wheelchair users said accessible taxis will greatly improve their lives.
TLC Requests Information Related To City Council Proposal On Black Boxes For TaxisThe Taxi and Limousine Commission has requested information on anti-speeding vehicle technologies following the introduction of a City Council measure to put black boxes in cabs to monitor speeding.
Councilman Proposes Black Boxes To Monitor Taxi Drivers' SpeedA plan has been introduced to track New York City cabs, in an effort to curb speeding and other dangerous driving habits.
'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.