Category Archives: taxi

New black cab design given go-ahead by Nissan

Monday, 20th May, 2013

20 May 2013 Tweet The design for Nissan’s new London black cab has been approved, signalling that its official debut is imminent. The company had previously introduced a model based upon the NV200 New York Taxi, but the design has been further altered to Read the full article…

New plans could extend town’s taxi rank

Monday, 20th May, 2013

20 May 2013 Tweet Bromsgrove in Worcestershire could soon be benefiting from an extended taxi rank. Plans are due to go before the district council’s licensing committee that could see a new, larger taxi rank put into place close to the town’s late-opening clubs. Read the full article…

New app makes taxi booking easier

Thursday, 16th May, 2013

16 May 2013 Tweet A new app is being developed that will enable users to book and pay for taxis as well as compare the cost of journeys. The mobile operator O2 has invested in the first nationwide app for taxi bookings, minicabit. The Read the full article…

New Taxi Watch scheme hopes to reduce crime

Wednesday, 15th May, 2013

15 May 2013 Tweet Taxi drivers in Malton and Norton, North Yorkshire, are taking part in a new scheme that aims to reduce crime in the area. The scheme will help to increase communication between taxi drivers, taxi operators and the police. Taxi Watch Read the full article…

Cabbies stage go-slow protest in Dudley

Wednesday, 17th April, 2013

17 April 2013 Tweet Dudley was brought to a standstill on Tuesday (April 16th) as taxi drivers staged a go-slow protest around the council’s building. Cabbies in the Midlands town are angry at the ruling that only white coloured vehicles may be used for Read the full article…

Cabbies welcome Haymarket rank re-opening

Monday, 25th March, 2013

25 March 2013 Tweet A decision to reinstate a taxi rank outside one of Scotland’s busiest train stations has been welcomed by cabbies in the area. Edinburgh City Council announced that the facility at Haymarket in the Scottish capital would be reinstated and is Read the full article…