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Bloomberg overstepped legal bounds by ordering taxi owners to buy only one vehicle, a judge ruled.

Civic Center »

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

Civic Center »

David Yassky was denounced by Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota last week.

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg introduced the Nissan LEAF taxi, which he said will help make the city cleaner.

New York City »

Passengers will be able to use apps to hail cabs beginning this February.

New York City »

The system would provide accessible cabs on demand for people with disabilities.

New York City »

The court ruled in favor of the TLC, which has claimed it has no obligation to make cabs accessible.

New York City »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Thursday he supports a taxi fare hike to compensate for higher fuel costs.

New York City »

The Taxi and Limousine Commission will hold a hearing on the proposal May 31, 2012.

Harlem »

Yellow cab medallion owners are furious about the measure, which they say will cripple their investments.

Manhattan »

A team of entrepreneurs wants to install vending machines in the back of cabs.

Manhattan »

In December, a judge ruled the city's taxi fleet was in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Manhattan »

Drivers applaud TLC's approval of a pilot program to test iPad-based credit card readers. 

South Bronx »

The TLC had hoped to implement a livery stand system at the Gateway Center. The mall has its own system.

Manhattan »

A new handicap-accessible taxi, the MV-1, was unveiled Tuesday.