The story, "The Last Cowboy" is set in Halifax Canada and has an unbelievable amount of similarities to Las Vegas, I just had to include it in our library. More of a documentary about class observations through the eyes of a taxi driver.
This next link is a technical document suggests to San
Francisco local government to go with split meter system.in which the
drivers get 55% of the meter. They are now on a leasing option to drivers.
They also suggest for customers to pay 75% of the meter without reseting
the meter for each multi-drop client that gets out of your taxi, when
it is normally preceived as one run by most people.
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The inside story headliners for this issue of The Taxi Stand begin with:
Jon Barnes thinks he drives the only wired taxi on the planet. He's probably right. He definitely has the ultimate taxi.
Making a billion just isn't what it used to be. The current status of billionaires and some cut up comments that to me, make everything alright.
The Captains Corner has some very direct comments regarding unions and how they fit into the present day paradigm of needs vs. survival in the taxi business.
Also featured in this corner is a comment made by a 9-11 defendant claiming that Timothy McVeigh, :``Yes, the greatest American,'' Moussaoui said.
The Last Cowboy
completed sites in our business plan are.
Not to far off, futuristic details
Three of the 5 people that are involved are taxi drivers James Di'Leo along with Ted Emmer, and Lynn Vicchio are laying plans for: The Taxi Stand Radio Show.
That along with a few more surprises in the area of technology should show some exciting changes in the Cab & Livery industry for Las Vegas, Nevada.