WASHINGTON – A snow emergency fare is in effect into Tuesday for D.C. taxicabs. According to the District’s Taxicab Commission, the fare will remain in effect for 12 hours beginning at 7 a.m. Tuesday, Feb.…
UPDATE: Tuesday – 10/28/2014, 2:22pm ET WASHINGTON – The D.C. Council has passed a bill regulating ride sharing companies like Uber and Lyft. Stay with WTOP for updates on this developing story. EARLIER: Tuesday –…
In a 30-day period ending last month, D.C. cab drivers refused 84 of 308 potential customers in an anonymous rider program.
A new taxi company that hopes to have a fleet of wheelchair-accessible vehicles is applying for taxi licenses in Arlington, but it may have an uphill climb.
HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) — Virginia State Police are investigating a taxi wreck that killed the driver and a passenger in Rockbridge County. State police tell media outlets that the taxi caught fire after it ran…
The association behind taxi and limo companies is firing back after the rideshare company Uber refused to honor a cease-and-desist order from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
The D.C. taxi commission said they would consider hardship appeals on a case-by-case basis for those drivers who have not yet received waivers and won\’t have the equipment in time to meet the deadline.
All D.C. taxis must allow passengers to pay with a credit card before the end of September, but some feel D.C. Taxicab Commissioner Ron Linton is rushing them.
The Alexandria City Council this week moved to require all cabs in the city to accept credit cards by September, with fares remaining the same. And this weekend, the first D.C. cabs with credit-card readers are on the road. With them comes a new fare structure.
Two men were killed early Saturday morning when the taxi they were riding in was struck head-on by another car on Fairfax County Parkway.
A D.C. man who posed as a cab driver, was
convicted Monday of sexually assaulting and
kidnapping three women who had hailed the man\’s
Taking a taxi in the Nation\’s capital is about to
get more expensive, but it will also be safer and
The D.C. Taxicab Commission says that seven passengers have been attacked by their drivers over the past few weeks.
No, it\’s not a rhetorical question. A new survey wants to know your views on cab service in the District.