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Archive for March, 2012

In Crackdown on Unlicensed Taxis, City Runs Out of Room

By CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY Published: March 19, 2012 In a bid to clear the streets of unlicensed taxis, dozens of newly hired officers at the Taxi and Limousine Commission have, in recent weeks, flagged down, fined and seized so many cars that New York City has run out of space to keep them. With the city’s […]

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Bogus cab driver jailed

Press release issued by the Metropolitan Police Service A bogus cab driver, who was driving whilst disqualified, has been jailed for 20 weeks thanks to Metropolitan Police Service’s Cab Enforcement Unit (CEU), part of the Transport for London (TfL) funded Safer Transport Command Unit (STC). Kumar Gunadheera, 56, who uses numerous aliases, was sentenced at […]

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TfL sets out London 2012 Games road event plans

TfL press release. Information on impact of road events provided to residents and businesses from this week, to enable people to plan and get ahead of the Games Includes information on temporary road closures and parking restrictions Road closure timings published for first time Residents and businesses along the routes of the London 2012 Games’ […]

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