A leading industry advocate calls the decision a big win for luxury ground transportation in New York City.
Industry leader Scott Solombrino calls the measure ‘crazy’ and a ‘crisis’ for luxury transportation operators.
A package of bills passed Aug. 8 will shake up for-hire transportation in New York City.
A report proposes commercial drivers in New York City get a wage floor of $17.22 per hour.
Doug Schifter was waging a campaign to stop Uber from taking the livelihoods of black car drivers until he killed himself.
Ground transportation services lose a round in court and abandon their case to be exempt from the rules and costs.
25% of for-hire vehicles dispatched would have to be accessible by 2022.
Before shooting himself in front of city hall, the driver claimed politicians and regulators are destroying the for-hire livery industry.
Group president says limousine industry faces a regulatory crisis in New York.
Livery cabs, limos, Uber, and Lyft combat a Taxi and Limousine Commission accessibility mandate.
WebXculsive: Fast 40 operators Jay and Adam Erlich define their chauffeured service by learning from others and giving back to industry peers.
TNC independent contractors joined up with the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1181, which represents city bus drivers.
Uber and Lyft might be growing, but yellow cabs are still king — at least in the Big Apple.
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