Matt and Nikko Assolin and Grigory Eskin are praised for practicing the trade group's highest standards.
A report proposes commercial drivers in New York City get a wage floor of $17.22 per hour.
The aircraft, which the company hopes to use for an aerial taxi service by 2023, is a mashup of a plane and a helicopter.
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.
New York drivers have amplified calls for government regulation to reduce competition to boost their wages.
The Total Transit executive takes the reins of the world’s largest for-hire fleet association and outlines the agenda for the coming year.
CDC data shows they are the most likely workers to die on the job because of crime risks.
Some drivers and clients were still out on trips when the charter bus, limo, taxi, and shuttle company failed to find stopgap financing.
The largest U.S. chauffeured vehicle service is also venturing beyond its home turf of London.
Livery cabs, limos, Uber, and Lyft combat a Taxi and Limousine Commission accessibility mandate.
Money spent on rental cars and taxis each fell by 2% to 29% and 8%, respectively.
See Exhibit A on the misleading spin the limousine industry faces when exposing the unfairness of TNCs.
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