Big Apple Cracks Down On Wireless Cabbies
- Cabbies on call. Bernard, Sarah; Newton, B.R. // New York;11/16/98, Vol. 31 Issue 44, p19
Focuses on the increase use of cellular telephones by taxi cab drivers in New York City, New York. Discussion on the affordability of cellular telephones; Factors which have influenced taxi cab drivers to acquire cellular telephones; Comments from taxi cab driver, Javaid Tariq.
- New York City Cracks Down On Cabdrivers Who Won't Stop For Blacks. // Jet;11/29/99, Vol. 96 Issue 26, p36
Informs of increased efforts by New York City police to cite cab drivers who refuse to stop for blacks following a complaint to the city by actor Danny Glover.
- Talk takes a new turn in a taxi. Gabbett-Lee, Janie // Christian Science Monitor;4/17/96, Vol. 88 Issue 99, p16
Presents the author's account on her conversation with a taxicab driver. Attitude of the taxicab driver on his work; Thoughts on the conversation.
- N.Y.C.'s push to protect its cabbies. Debre, Guillaume // Christian Science Monitor;5/18/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 124, p2
Reports on efforts in New York City to end violence against taxi cab drivers.
- The London cabbie's long road. C.A. // Christian Science Monitor;6/19/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 145, p19
Discusses the skill and education involved in operating a taxicab in London, England, and recognizes that taxicab drivers in London are exemplary.
- Lessons from a cab driver. Bethards, H. Gordon // Agri Marketing;Jan1994, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p50
Relates a taxicab driver's experience on making money driving a cab. Information on where to get passengers; Study of people using taxis; Reach out for fares in the city's fringe areas.
- Paradise by the traffic light. // Spy Magazine;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p20
Presents the answers of taxicab drivers in New York City on whether they take their passenger couples where they want to go. Includes Kwasi of West Africa; Charandeep of India; Samir of the Middle East.
- Window Seat. // Travel Daily;12/17/2012, p3
The article reports that the Malaysian government has launched a Boot Camp for cab drivers after about 2,500 complaints about bad behavior of drivers.
- Blacks vs. cabs, the video. Zane, J. Peder // New York;4/29/96, Vol. 29 Issue 17, p14
Follows three African-American Columbia University law students as they set out to prove that cab drivers in New York City refused service to African-Americans and refused to drive to certain parts of town. How the students distributed literature explaining how to file complaints; Their attempt...