Taxi Drivers Worried AB 5 Could Hurt Way Cab Companies OperateCab drivers in the South Bay are fighting AB-5, the new California law designed to help gig workers by reclassifying them from contractors to company employees.
San Francisco Cabbies Accuse Rideshare Firm Drivers Of Insurance FraudSan Francisco taxi drivers are trying a new tactic in their war against shared car ride services like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar. They’ve taken to alerting insurance companies that the rival drivers may be committing insurance fraud.
San Francisco Taxi Drivers Also Want End To BART StrikeCommuters are not the only ones frustrated by the Bay Area Rapid Transit strike as San Francisco taxi drivers are also hoping for a quick resolution.
About The Bay: Busting SF Cab Drivers With Illegal MedallionsIn his travels About the Bay, Mike Sugerman looks at how the Municipal Transportation Agency is trying to crackdown on taxi cab drivers who are using coveted medallions illegally.
Cabbies And Muni Drivers United On Labor ConditionsSan Francisco Muni operators and cab drivers are united on the safety of their working conditons and are now in talks about a possible one-day strike.
SF Travel Group Treats Cabbies Ahead Of High-Profile ConventionSan Francisco tourism officials are hoping a kind gesture to cab drivers will translate into even more kind gestures for high-profile visitors coming to the city.
San Francisco Cabbies Weigh In On Credit Card ControversySan Francisco cab drivers attending the first of six town hall meetings scheduled over the next week, let the Municipal Transportation Agency know what they think of recent changes to how credit card fees are handled.
San Francisco Taxi Drivers Protest New Credit Card FeesTaxi cab drivers went to San Francisco City Hall Tuesday to complain about new fees they're being charged for credit card transactions.
SFO Airport Commission Says Cab Program Isn't SafeAn incentive program for cab drivers that rewards them for doing short runs at San Francisco International Airport has come under scrutiny.