Maybe you can teach an old dog new tricks. For the first time since Uber and Lyft cars started popping up all over Philly, the […]
When will Philadelphia’s transportation wars end? Ridesharing services Uber and Lyft aren’t the best of friends. The taxicab industry hates them both. And the PPA is the […]
A 65-year-old woman is in custody after allegedly stealing a taxicab and picking up customers early Thursday morning in Philly.
The wallets South Philly and West Philly residents are about to become the latest casualties of the Philadelphia Parking Authority. On Wednesday morning, the PPA […]
A bill to legalize UberX and Lyft in Pennsylvania permanently is reaching the final stages in the state legislature this week. The bill can’t come […]
All good things come to an end. Now that Uber and Lyft’s short and sweet grace period has ended with the expiration of Act 85, […]
A federal judge has dismissed most of the claims brought by a coalition of Philly taxi companies against Uber, the popular app-centric “ride share” service. […]
(Editor’s note: This is an opinion column from guest writer Hannah Sassaman.) Today, I’m 38 weeks pregnant. While I’m mildly (to hugely) unprepared for the roller […]
If you’re going to be in Philadelphia this weekend, your options for getting around are slim. SEPTA is barely running as of 4 a.m. Saturday, […]
The family of a Philadelphia cab driver who was blinded in one eye after a paintball attack has launched an online fundraising page seeking assistance.
Back in 1991, Boris and Alla Kautsky left their home in Ukraine and came to the United States as refugees in search of the American […]
With horns blaring and marchers chanting “No UberX! No Lyft!” hundreds of Philadelphia cab drivers converged on City Hall with their vehicles to demand that […]