Paul Rosenberg and his father, Murray, of Yellow Cab Co. in Atlantic City, stand by a line of their taxis. Last January, they were dispatching more than 100 100 cabs. Now, they send out fewer than 60. (Philly.com photo)
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- For months, Atlantic City has been working on a new set of regulations governing taxis, limousines, and jitneys.
Casino closures have brought the city’s transportation businesses into even tighter competition, while the sudden arrival of Uber, the $40 billion behemoth seeking to restructure the current for-hire transportation industry, has only heightened the tension.
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