NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission

NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission

Will the taxi task force’s report do anything to help medallion owners?

Experts weigh in on whether an app, surge pricing or a bailout can stop the industry’s implosion.

New York City

Uber cap lawsuit dismissed

A Manhattan Supreme Court judge dismissed the company’s suit against a New York City law.

New York City

How New York City taxis can get ahead of Uber and Lyft

Giving cabs access to the most advanced technology would enable them to compete.

Technology

City Council looks for answers on ride-hailing regulations

As the New York City Council sought answers on ride-hailing rules, acting TLC head Bill Heinzen was on the spot.

New York City

A rough stretch for the NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission

How New York politicians are responding to the medallion crisis.

New York City

Mark Levine wants to bail out taxi drivers

"Those folks got the carpet pulled out from under them.”

New York City

What is a taxi medallion worth?

A proposed bill wants to make sure it is at least $175,000.

New York City

TLC unveils new hub for taxi and ride-hail data

The TLC Data Hub features data from for-hire vehicles, yellow taxis, green taxis, and other shared rides across the city.

New York City

TLC passes new ride-hail rules

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.

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New York City

New York City taxi drivers need debt relief, but not from taxpayers

A New York City Council bill that likely will include public money to pay off taxi medallion owner debts would set a bad precedent. The city does have a role, though, in helping to facilitate the collective private-sector action that will get lenders to negotiate, writes Nicole Gelinas.

New York City

City recommends tighter regulations for medallion lenders

The big question is: will a city bailout be approved to ease some drivers’ more immediate issues?

New York State

Why everyone wants to slam the brakes on this gig workers bill

State Sen. Diane Savino and Assemblyman Marcos Crespo introduced a bill on Friday that would allow gig economy workers and other independent contractors to unionize and collectively bargain with their employers.

New York City

New York isn’t letting up on ride-hail

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a plan for the Taxi and Limousine Commission to make permanent the cap on for-hire vehicle licenses and institute a limit on the time app-based companies like Uber and Lyft can allow their vehicles to cruise without passengers in the core of Manhattan.

Uber

New minimum pay rule for ride-hail drivers gets messy rollout

Just before New York's new rule setting the nation’s first minimum pay rate for drivers of ride-hailing apps was set to go into effect late last week, Lyft and Juno sued to block it, arguing that the formula used to determine the minimum pay standards unfairly benefits companies that have more users.

New York City

Meera Joshi on the historic changes to the taxi industry

Outgoing NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission head Meera Joshi discusses her tenure and the historic changes to the industry.