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UberX and Lyft are closer to being legal.
Police originally said a cab driver assault a woman.
But are the cabbies hurting their own cause?
The District gets into the on-demand taxi game.
Out of 308 rides, there were 84 refusal to haul violations.
But cabs say the bill doesn't do enough to level the playing field.
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 [...]
D.C. cabs have long been accused of racial discrimination, with drivers said to frequently pass by black customers who are trying to hail a vehicle.
Today, the D.C. Taxicab Commission announced the launch of a new discrimination complaint process with the D.C. Office of Human Rights that would make it easier to report the discrimination and file the [...]
The D.C. Taxicab Commission made big headlines in 2013, but still hasn't met in 2014. The reason: Its Old Council Chambers meeting room at One Judiciary Square was being used as a warming site during the city's recent spell of cold emergencies.
The commission was supposed to have a special meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 16. That [...]