Plans for smartphone apps to hail taxis in New York City got the go-ahead Tuesday from an appeals court.
Police said a livery cab driver raped a woman last week in Brooklyn, but was the suspect really a legitimate cabbie?
Six Nissan Leaf cabs will go into service Monday. Taxi and Limousine Commissioner David Yassky said the new taxis are zero-emission vehicles that are better for the environment.
Three people were arrested Tuesday in connection with an investigation of a knock-off auto parts ring the FBI says supplied New York City taxi companies.
About six months ago, the city rolled out a program to help people in wheelchairs link up with one of just a few hundred accessible taxis out there.
A technical glitch has been knocking out meters, televisions, navigation systems and credit card readers in many New York City taxis, costing hundreds of cabbies a whole day’s pay.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday signed legislation that will improve access to taxis for the visually impaired.
If you’d like to test your fitness and especially your endurance, you might want to take part in the Men’s Health Urbanathlon coming up this Saturday, October 27, in Flushing Meadows, Queens.
New York City Taxi and Limousine Commissioner David Yassky says that for decades they have failed wheelchair users in the city. He hopes that has failure has now been fixed.
If you see a flashing alert coming from your taxi TV screen, you should probably pay attention.
A $1,000 reward is being offered after a pair of violent attacks on livery cab drivers last month.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission voted Thursday to approve a proposed fare increase. The vote was approved 6-2, with one abstention.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has signed a bill to strengthen penalties against cabbies who knowingly work with sex traffickers.
The 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.
Owners of New York City’s signature yellow cabs sued Wednesday over plans to let livery cars pick up passengers on the street outside the heart of Manhattan, turning to a court on the eve of an expected vote to put the proposal in action.