NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission

A taxi medallion
Industry experts and advocates weigh in on a new relief plan from Mayor Bill de Blasio and what else can be done to help drivers.
Cab drivers gathered in Lower Manhattan to embark on a multi-state caravan to Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
Already burdened by a debt crisis, New York cabbies get shortchanged by government again.
This week taxi medallion owners demanded action on a plea they’ve been making for months.
They’re hoping a debt relief program is still on the table during the pandemic.
What problems will the new taxi chief have to deal with?
There’s a whole stack of issues waiting for TLC Commissioner Aloysee Heredia Jarmoszuk.
NYC taxi drivers are facing a taxi medallion loan crisis.
Experts weigh in on whether an app, surge pricing or a bailout can stop the industry’s implosion.
New York City traffic.
A Manhattan Supreme Court judge dismissed the company’s suit against a New York City law.
Yellow taxi cab
Giving cabs access to the most advanced technology would enable them to compete.
Lyft car
Acting TLC head Bill Heinzen fields questions from lawmakers and advocates alike.
New York City yellow cabs.
How New York politicians are responding to the medallion crisis.
NYC Council Member Mark Levine speaks at a press conference with taxi drivers on the steps of NY City Hall calling for debt forgiveness for their medallions, July 11.
'Those folks got the carpet pulled out from under them.'
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