The District of Columbia Council has approved an overhaul of its taxicab regulations to make cab use more modern and rider-friendly.
A Washington area nonprofit is offering free rides home for area residents who drink on the Fourth of July, ensuring they get home safely and don’t attempt to drive.
The cost of a taxicab ride in the District of Columbia is now a little less expensive.
Taxicab regulators in the District of Columbia have given final approval to a major fare increase.
A Severn man is arrested for kidnapping a taxi driver and robbing a store.
Washington’s mayor wants taxicabs in the nation’s capital to accept credit cards, to be equipped with satellite navigation systems and to all be painted the same color.
Residents and visitors to the nation’s capital are about to pay more for some cab rides.
Cabdrivers interested in doing business in Prince George’s County are about to get an opportunity.
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker has authorized a $1 emergency fuel surcharge for taxi fares in the county.
Two more people involved in the taxicab industry in Washington have pleaded guilty to bribery charges.