More than half of London’s black taxis now zero emission capable

London’s iconic black cabs have reached a major milestone with more than 50 per cent now being zero emission capable , with the number totalling more than 7,970 on the city’s streets. Transport for London says the capital’s taxi drivers are playing a significant part in cleaning up London’s toxic air with a ten per […]

New taxi zone introduced at Edinburgh station

A new dedicated taxi zone at Edinburgh Waverley station is being introduced – the result of a collaboration between Network Rail and APCOA which is designed to enhance the overall journey experience for passengers using the station. With space to accommodate up to 40 taxis, the facility in the New Street car park is the […]

Welsh Government sets out proposals to modernise taxi services in Wales

Plans to modernise taxi services across Wales have been outlined in a white paper on the Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle (Wales) Bill published by the Welsh Government today (Thursday 9 March). It says the proposals will deliver on its Programme for Government commitment to modernise the taxi and private hire vehicle sector and are […]

London’s black cabs numbers lowest for 40 years

The number of London’s cabbies has fallen to the lowest level since the early 80s, as the Coronavirus pandemic and restrictions following it have had a huge effect on demand. London financial paper City AM reports that over the last year there has been a 29% fall in demand with 13,884 in operation at the […]


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