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7K D.C. Taxis Will Have to Use Ride-Hailing App

All 7,000 taxis in the nation’s capital will be required to use an app allowing customers to order rides in what the D.C. Taxicab Commission says is the first such requirement in the nation.


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D.C. Cabbies Again Choking City Streets To Protest Rideshare Companies

D.C. cab drivers are participating in a “caravan for fairness” Wednesday, demanding legislation from the city council that would require rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft to follow the same regulations as taxi companies.


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D.C. Cab Drivers Form Association With Teamsters Union

Cab drivers in the District of Columbia have formed an association affiliated with the Teamsters Union.


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DC Taxi Commission: Many Cabs Will Not Meet Credit Card Reader Deadline

The D.C. Taxicab Commission predicts that up to 25 percent of cabs still will not have the ability to accept credit cards by the Sept. 30 deadline.