Taxi Managers: Make It Easier For Uber Drivers To Become Yellow Cabs A group of New York City taxi medallion managers are advocating to make it easier for Uber drivers to become yellow cab drivers.
Yellow Cabs Now Outnumbered By Uber Cars On NYC StreetsNew York City's storied yellow cabs are taking a back seat to black cars.
Geography Questions Take Back Seat On NYC Yellow Cab ExamThe Taxi and Limousine Commission said GPS technology has a lot to do with the change.
Yellow Cab Jumps Curb In Brooklyn, No Injuries ReportedAn out-of-control yellow cab jumped the curb in Kensington, Brooklyn resulting in a crash, CBS2 reported.
Yellow Cab Owners Fight Back Over Lawsuit Against 'Virtual Hail' AppsTwo groups representing livery cab drivers filed suit earlier this month arguing that the virtual hail apps violate a law that prevents yellow cab drivers from setting up prearranged rides with passengers.
New Logo To Get Rid Of 'Taxi' From NYC's Yellow Cabs A symbol of a bold yellow capital "T" inside a black circle will be featured on all cabs. It is a larger version of a symbol first introduced five years ago.
Taxi Commission Approves Livery 'Street Hail' PlanNow, 18,000 livery drivers will be able to buy permits allowing them to pick up fares in upper Manhattan and the outer boroughs.
'Taxi Summit' Ends With No Deal On Livery Cab Street HailsParticipants in the 2-hour meeting said a deal got close, but failed to produce an agreement to allow livery drivers to legally pick up street hails.
Yellow Cabbies Protest Against 'Billionaire Bully' Bloomberg's Livery Cab PlanAbout 100 cabbies gathered at City Hall Park today to let Bloomberg know of their feelings regarding legislation that passed in Albany that would allow 30,000 street pickup permits to for-hire vehicles for $1,500 each.
NY State Senate Passes Legislation Allowing Livery Cabs To Pick Up Street Hails Legislation passed Friday night by the Senate is backed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and already passed the state Assembly.
NYC Cabbie Charged After Allegedly Hitting PassengersFour men hailed the cab on Manhattan's West Side, asking to be taken to the Bronx. They said the cabbie, Mohammed Azam, refused and suggested they all go to a nearby police precinct instead.