A heartless hack mowed down a Taxi and Limousine Commission lieutenant during a Queens car stop Sunday afternoon dragging her body down the street before speeding away, police and a commission spokesman said. The unidentified city official, working alongside a male inspector, had tried to question the cabbie near the corner of Sutphin Blvd. and Archer Ave., in Jamaica, at around 1:20 p.m.
Will taxi drivers be willing to charge electric cars instead of filling up at a gas station? That's what the Taxi and Limousine Commission wants to know, so NYC has put six electric cars—the Nissan Leaf—on the street. If NYC had an ... Read Post
There are more than 13,000 taxis on the road in New York City, and only six of them are Lexuses. But the six very elite cab drivers may lose their special cars soon, if the Taxi and Limousine Commission removes the cars from the app... Read Post
The first taxi built to be wheelchair accessible hit the streets of Manhattan last week. Late in 2011, a U.S. District Court ordered New York City to improve access for the disabled, and the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission ha... Read Post