MV-1 is vehicle for people with mobility challenges and Disabilities that meets all vehicle guidelines of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This vehicle can be used by Taxi Services Companies as Particular families. With a extra-wide passenger door opening and an integrated ramp convert the MV-1 in the best vehicle for Disabilities available in the USA market now day.
It count with room for 3 passenger, families or ambulatory and one wheelchair user, even two. Have a big cargo compartment suitable for long distance trips.
- Driver renewal payments will only be accepted on-line
- Renewal documents can only be submitted by e-mail & mail
- Walk-in submission process no longer available
Starting April 1, 2016 the TLC is moving to an exclusively online payment process for driver license renewals, and an e-mail or mail process for the submission of required documents. We will no longer accept in-person visits to renew driver licenses.
Renewal Payments: Effective April 1, 2016, drivers seeking to renew their licenses will only be able to make their renewal payments on-line by visiting www.nyc.gov/tlc/lars. Drivers may pay their renewal fees with a debit card, credit card or e-check. To avoid paying the convenience fee for using a credit or debit card, drivers should use e-check – it’s free!
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC), with the invaluable assistance of NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and NYC Media, today launched a public service announcement (PSA) to highlight the issue of service refusal by drivers of both yellow medallion taxicabs and Street Hail Liveries (green “Boro Cabs”, or SHLs). The PSA will be seen and heard throughout the city’s fleet of more than 20,000 yellow and green cabs, and will also be available through the TLC’s web site and on the agency’s YouTube channel. Speaker Mark Viverito provided voiceover narration for the PSA.
New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) Commissioner and Chair Meera Joshi, City Council Member and Technology Committee Chair James Vacca, and City Council Member and Transportation Committee Chair Ydanis Rodriguez today announced the launch of the TLC’s Vehicle Safety Technology (VST) Pilot Program, an extension of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Vision Zero Action Plan. The TLC is one of three agencies taking lead on Vision Zero, alongside the NYC DOT and the NYPD. The VST pilot’s goal is to explore the ways that in-vehicle technology may be employed to improve driver safety.
The pilot’s initial participants, IonFleets, Inc. and Mobileye, Inc., have installed their systems in a total of ten TLC-licensed vehicles thus far, including yellow medallion taxicabs, Boro (green) Taxis, and for-hire vehicles (liveries and black cars). Among the installed equipment for this group of pilot participants is a combination of data recorders, driver alerts, in-vehicle camera systems, and related analytic software. The pilot remains open to additional participants and several technology providers have started the application process. The TLC will announce additional participants as they come on board.
MONROE — John Forbes Nash Jr., the brilliant Princeton University mathematician whose life story was the subject of the film "A Beautiful Mind," was killed with his wife Alicia on Saturday in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Nash was 86. Alicia Nash was 82. The couple lived in Princeton Junction.
Police said the two were in a taxi traveling southbound in the left lane of the turnpike when the driver of the Ford Crown Victoria lost control as he tried to pass a Chrysler in the center lane, crashing into a guard rail near Interchange 8A in Monroe Township, according to State Police Sgt. Gregory Williams.
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