NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission

A vintage New York City taxi medallion.
A proposed bill wants to make sure it is at least $175,000.
A wheelchair user getting into a car.
But advocates argue much more needs to be done.
Ubers in New York City.
The TLC Data Hub features data from for-hire vehicles, yellow taxis, green taxis, and other shared rides across the city.
Taxis driving throughout the city.
The Commission's new regulations include extending the cap on new for-hire vehicle licenses and putting a cap on how long drivers can cruise without passengers.
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.
The city does have a role in helping to facilitate private-sector action.
The big question is: will a city bailout be approved to ease some drivers’ more immediate issues?
Uber app.
Both labor and industry are fighting the 11th-hour legislation.
Lyft.
Mayor de Blasio plans to extend a once-temporary cap on new for-hire vehicles and limit how long they can cruise without passengers.
The view from the back seat of a Lyft going from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
Beyond the extra hassle of litigation, it has created an image problem for Lyft and Juno.
TLC Commissioner Meera Joshi testifies at a NYC Council committee oversight hearing on for-hire vehicles.
The outgoing NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission head discusses her tenure.
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