COMPLETE VIDEO: 151st CityLaw Breakfast with TLC Commissioner Meera Joshi

At this morning’s 151st CityLaw Breakfast, Taxi and Limousine Commission Chair Meera Joshi spoke on what’s changed and what hasn’t in for-hire vehicles. She acknowledged the biggest change in the industry to be size. The volume of taxis and for-hire vehicles has increased over the years, also increasing the number of daily trips taken in the City. Manhattan sees the largest number of trips.

Commissioner Joshi reflected on TLC’s increasing efforts for taxi safety, … <Read More>

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: 151st CityLaw Breakfast with TLC Commissioner Meera Joshi

The Center for New York City Law cordially invites you to a City Law Breakfast


Meera Joshi

Commissioner, Taxi and Limousine Commission



Challenges in For Hire Transportation:  The More Things Change the More they Stay the Same


Friday, April 13, 2018

Taxis: Yellow, Green and Black: Competition & Evolution

On a daily basis I am reminded that seemingly everyone loves to talk about taxis. Last year between the Daily News, the Post and Times, there were over 2,000 articles mentioning taxis, which transport about a million people a day – yet only about 3,000 articles mentioning subways which transport six-million people a day. Travelers and New Yorkers are clearly disproportionally obsessed with taxis.

Assuming that what people ask me is representative of what’s on … <Read More>