Check out the press release. It demonstrates that interest for the city’s cab-sharing solutions are growing. A positive sign for CabCorner and other shared transportation logistics platforms.
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Setting aside the issue of how to measure the success of cab sharing in NYC thus far, one thing can be surmised from the programs that have been proposed by both the current and former commissioners of the TLC, cab sharing will play an important role in New York City’s transportation future.
In light of congestion problems and [...]
The media, much like your average shark, just absolutely loves blood. And I fault neither predator for their preference. Yet it is important to contextualize the reports concerning the first day of the TLC’s new “cab share” program.
The New York Times noted that few people took advantage of the service on its inaugural day. DNA [...]
I have a penchant for calling a spade a spade, and a visionary a visionary. And outgoing TLC commissioner Matt Daus is indisputably both, able to “move the earth” and “see into the future.”
Taxi commission announces start of ‘group rides’
Sir, we commend you, and look forward to building on your legacy. You introduced the concept [...]
Back in 2003, David Yassky took up the campaign to green up the New City Taxi fleet. He proposed presenting legislation that would require a certain percentage of the NYC taxi fleet to use hybrid vehicles by a certain date and for that number to increase over time until the entire fleet had [...]
As if the world stock markets’ precipitous fall, beginning in 2008, and the carnage that quickly spread from Wall St. to Main St. wasn’t enough to make one wonder if or how they could have avoided the downdraft, being a New Yorker in this recession has just gotten a little more poignant. [...]