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Investigation Department: 6 taxi drivers, including 1 SI man, plead guilty of overcharging passengers

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The city’s Department of Investigation (DOI) has announced that half a dozen taxi drivers, including a Staten Islander, have pleaded guilty to overcharging passengers. According to…

Kolkata: 10 enforcement taxi drivers fined by traffic police for charging extra fees and bad driving

Taxi driver waits for passengers in Kolkata | Photo credit: iStock Images Highlights Kolkata Traffic Police have asked all app-based taxi companies to share their cancellation policy According to the…

The crackdown begins: 10 enforcement taxi drivers fined, 33 under target | Calcutta News

Calcutta: Ten enforcement taxi drivers have been fined by traffic police over the past week for demanding a higher fare or behaving rudely with customers. Thirty-three other people have been…

Swiss Re & Baidu join forces for autonomous driving insurance

Global reinsurance giant Swiss Re and Chinese tech giant Baidu have teamed up to advance insurance and risk management for autonomous driving and autonomous vehicles. The companies announced this morning…

Leeds taxi drivers protest the relocation of the taxi stand

Link to this page: https://www.socialistparty.org.uk/issue/1156/33350 Home | Le Socialiste November 17, 2021 | Join the Socialist Party Subscribe | Make a donation | audio | PDF | Ebook photo: Leeds…

Post-Covid, it’s a bumpy ride for taxi drivers

Amid the consolidation of the ride-sharing and aggregation market with the recent acquisitions of Meru Cabs by Mahindra Logistics and bus service start-up Shuttl and bicycle rental start-up Vogo by…

Post-Covid, it’s a bumpy ride for taxi drivers

Amid the consolidation of the VTC market and aggregation with the recent acquisitions of Meru Cabs by Mahindra Logistics and bus service start-up Shuttl and bicycle rental start-up Vogo by…

Post-Covid, it’s a bumpy ride for taxi drivers

Amid the consolidation of the ride-sharing and aggregation market with the recent acquisitions of Meru Cabs by Mahindra Logistics and bus service start-up Shuttl and bicycle rental start-up Vogo by…

With ‘Work from Home’ Still On, Taxi Drivers in Hyderabad Feel the Pinch – The New Indian Express

Express news service HYDERABAD: It had been just over a year since B Kanakaiah started driving his brand new taxi, when COVID-19 hit, dashing his hopes of earning a decent…

The spooky underground tunnel where only London taxi drivers are brave enough to go

It’s a replica of Peter Ackroyd’s London Under that made me want to go and see one of the few underground streets in London. “Lower Robert Street is still off-limits;…

Australian driving license valid for Greece; International driving license is no longer required

Holders of an Australian driver’s license can now drive freely throughout Greece without the need for an international driver’s license. The big news was also announced by the Australian Ambassador…

Taxi Brain: How Black London Taxi Drivers Contribute to Cutting-Edge Alzheimer’s Research

Black cab drivers have different brains than other people because of the large amount of navigation knowledge they have to store – and this helps scientists research the onset of…

With land borders reopening, Windsor taxi drivers urged to know re-entry requirements

Taxi drivers who take people across the border should familiarize themselves with the requirements to return to Canada, a union representative said. Marwan Abouzeeni, president of Unifor Local 195, said…

What it really feels like to stop eating for two weeks.

At first it was manageable – a few days went by easily. Then on the fifth day the world started to go awry. “As two days turned into five days,…

New York City’s yellow cab drivers win their fight with mayor

After a grueling two-week hunger strike by taxi drivers and an almost two-month camp outside New York City’s legislative center, taxi drivers finally have a reason to celebrate. Yesterday afternoon,…

The proposed change in ordinance reduces permit fees for taxi drivers; Mandates using withdrawal zones

By Alyssa Schnugg News editor [email protected] The Oxford Council of Aldermen is considering an amendment to the city’s rental vehicle ordinance that would reduce the amount taxi companies pay for…

The big read: Sheffield taxi drivers say new zone of clean air could ‘end’ trade and lead to violence among passengers

A new black cab can cost drivers around £ 60,000. Last week, Sheffield City Council confirmed it would introduce a clean air zone covering the inner ring road and city…

NYC to Extend Debt Relief for Taxi Drivers After 2-Week Hunger Strike

A deal with New York City’s largest taxi loan holder will save thousands of taxi drivers facing financial ruin after being forced into crushing debt due to operating practices. Why…

NYC to extend debt relief to taxi drivers after 2-week hunger strike

A dealing with New York’s largest taxi loan holder will save thousands of taxi drivers facing financial ruin after being forced into crippling debts due to exploitative practices. Why is…

St. John’s aims to make fares fair for taxi drivers

ST. JOHN’S, NL – It will soon cost you more to take a cab in the capital. At its Committee of the Whole meeting on Wednesday morning, Nov. 3, at…

Fuel Prices and IT Sector WFH Worsen Woes for Taxi Drivers in Hyderabad, Bangalore

Several drivers saw their cars seized because they were unable to afford the IMEs, and many were forced to look for other income options. The rise in fuel prices in…

Festive Rush: Buyers and Taxi Drivers Disagree | Latest Delhi News

New Delhi Delhi-NCR’s markets are inundated with shoppers, who flock to these places for crazy deals and giveaways this holiday season. And after feeling fulfilled after a good trading session,…

London taxi drivers’ brains to be studied for Alzheimer’s disease research | New

A The University College London research project is studying the brains of those it thinks have the best memories: the city’s taxi drivers. The project, led by Professor Hugo Spiers…