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Union Square »

Johnell Turner shot a cab driver and committed three armed robberies, according to prosecutors.

Sutton Place »

A Monday vote could bring TLC regulations up to speed with apps that connect drivers to clients.

Jamaica »

The illegal drivers often get light punishments and drive recklessly, legal drivers say.

Long Island City »

The personal drivers of some of Manhattan's mega-wealthy have been accused of being illegal cabbies.

Long Island City »

Current and former Taxi and Limousine Commission inspectors said seizures are a fundraiser for the city.

Long Island City »

Court records show Taxi and Limousine inspectors have seized hundreds of innocent drivers' cars.

Bed-Stuy »

Lyft, a ride-sharing app, is trying to drum up community support to expand into New York.

Douglaston »

Postman Melih Kalyoncu said he was racially profiled by New York's Taxi and Limousine Commission.

Williamsburg »

An editor at the Guardian got into a Twitter back-and-forth with an Uber manager after the incident. 

Civic Center »

The TLC missed a fleet of bad drivers because of data problems, Commissioner David Yassky said.

Inwood »

The green cabs have been spotted in Inwood and Harlem even though the program has not launched yet.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Cabbies said the city's crack down on illegal street is unfair, and also attacked new plan for metered cabs uptown.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Drivers are worried that introducing a new category of taxis to the city will kill the livery cab industry.

Manhattan »

The TLC will reach out to Upper Manhattan riders about a new proposed fleet of cabs that can pick up street hails.