Taxi Drivers Rally Against City's $65M Medallion Relief Program Outside Council HearingFor two weeks, cab drivers frustrated with the city's $65 million medallion relief program have been camping out in front of City Hall.
Police: Stolen Taxi Cab Abandoned After Crashing On The Upper East SidePolice are looking for two men accused of stealing a cab.
Coronavirus Update: NYC Looking To Hire TLC-Licensed Drivers For DeliveriesThe city’s needs TLC-licensed drivers to perform necessary tasks, like delivering meals to homebound senior citizens.
Task Force Recommends How To Help Taxi Medallion Owners Drowning In DebtThe 77-page report says the industry is in a state of crisis and needs immediate action. So the group is sharing its recommendations for city, state and federal government officials to help drivers survive.
‘This Is What I Live For:’ Taxi Medallion Owners Hopeful That Help Is On The WayTaxi medallions used to be a hot commodity, but their values have plummeted, leaving many owners drowning in debt.
Auto Safety Group Says Taxis, Ride Shares In NYC May Be Operating With Safety RecallsNew warnings were issued Monday on taxi cab safety. An auto safety group said the taxi cab or Uber you ride in may have safety problems you don't even know about.
End Of An Era: Final New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar Rolls OutAfter seven fun filled years, the New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar is rolling out its final edition.
Woman Looking For Love Takes Out Taxi Dating AdA woman looking for love is bringing her message to every borough in New York City. The next time you catch a cab, you might see her ad.
NYC To Help Taxi Drivers Against Medallion Broker MisconductIn New York City, 95 percent of taxi drivers are immigrants, and documents for them will now be available in 10 languages.
De Blasio Orders Investigation Into ‘Predatory Practices’ By Taxi Medallion BrokersDe Blasio’s announcement follows a New York Times report on what it called “reckless loans to low-income buyers.”
Judge Extends Block Of Congestion Pricing Plan Through Jan. 31A judge ruled that the restraining order blocking Manhattan congestion pricing on yellow cabs and for-hire vehicles will remain in effect until Jan. 31.
Taxi Drivers On Edge As Hunt Continues For Bike-Riding Suspect Robbing CabsThe NYPD says the man is responsible for at least seven robberies throughout Manhattan since June.
2 Injured When Taxi Overturns On Fifth AvenueThe crash happened at around 2 p.m. between 48th and 49th Streets on Fifth Avenue.
City Councilwoman Calls For Panic Buttons In All Cabs To Improve SafetyCity Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo is joining with supporters on the steps of City Hall to call for passage of legislation that would require all cabs, yellow and livery, to have panic buttons in the back seat to call the police.
CBS2 Sources: Cab Driver Had Been Driving For 16 Hours Before Deadly UWS CrashSources tell CBS2 the cab driver told police he had been driving for 16 hours before allegedly hitting 88-year-old Luisa Rosario on Sunday, surpassing the city limit of 12 hours in a 24-hour period.