Greater New York Taxi Association
A judge yesterday declared Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Taxi of Tomorrow project "void," casting yet more doubt on his ability to achieve an overhaul of the city's taxi fleet by year's end, when his term expires.
Taxi drivers will no longer have to give up their hybrid cabs in exchange for combustion-engine Taxis of Tomorrow, according to new rules released today.
“I haven’t read a good John Grisham novel in a while, so it fills that void,” said Taxi and Limousine commissioner David Yassky this morning, of medallion owners' latest effort to challenge his oversight of the industry in court.(3)
Apart from those who proposed it, designed it, and made it, nearly everyone who testified at a Thursday hearing on the Taxi of Tomorrow had only bad things to say about it.
New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission is voting today on whether to raise taxi fares by 17 percent.
Friday evening, a judge dealt a potentially fatal blow to Mayor Michael Bloomberg's "borough taxi" plan.
On Tuesday, when Mayor Michael Bloomberg was asked about Public Advocate Bill de Blasio joining a lawsuit challenging his ambitious plan to bring taxi service to the outer boroughs, he said, "I just can't keep up with all the suits."