Police originally said a cab driver assault a woman.
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The District gets into the on-demand taxi game.
How much is Uber digging into D.C. cabs' business?
Hailo says Uber's prices are just too damn high.
D.C. taxicabs have long been criticized for failing to serve low-income neighborhoods, particularly east-of-the-river neighborhoods in wards 7 and 8. But today, D.C. Taxicab Commission Chair Ron Linton says the commission has a plan to put independently operated vans in these underserved areas.
The vans would take people anywhere from two to 20 blocks for a fixed rate of $5 or $6, with [...]
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D.C. nabbed Pierre Bagley from Hollywood. It's a long shot, but can he bring Hollywood to D.C? [...]
The alliance between D.C.'s cab drivers and the Teamsters labor union has made its first move—a lawsuit calling for the District to stop impounding cabs that do not meet the new modernization requirements until the city can prove the credit card system is reliable and there are enough dome lights available for installation.
The lawsuit—filed Tuesday [...]
District cab drivers feel like they didn't have a say in the latest change to the city's cab regulations, and now they're teaming up with the local Teamsters union to form a new association that says it would give the District's 6,000 cab drivers a collective voice.
The new D.C. Taxi Operators Association will have their first [...]