Latest Share taxi Stories

2010-09-07 09:35:00

DALLAS, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Sin City sees over 30 million visitors per year and can proudly declare that Las Vegas taxi cabs have been voted the best overall in the U.S. according to the annual taxi survey compiled by Hotels.com®. Over 1,900 travelers from over 50 major U.S. cities responded to a Hotels.com survey and judged cabs on seven categories - cleanliness, value, quality of driving, knowledge of the area, friendliness, safety, and availability. Las Vegas...

2009-11-09 08:56:00

SOUTH NORWALK, Conn., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Virgin Atlantic, one of the world's leading long haul airlines, today announced a unique initiative which will help its passengers find other travelers to share taxi rides into city centers across the world - saving both their wallets and ground carbon emissions. The Taxi2 website will help match passengers who are on the same flight or whose flights arrive at a similar time, and are traveling to a similar part of a city, so they can share the...

2008-07-12 03:00:27

By Anonymous THE UPGRADING of Sandkraal Road in George, Western Cape, was identified through the George Mobility Strategy project, in which certain corridors in George were earmarked for upgrading to proper public transport routes. A public transport route was identified for provision for minibus taxis and buses, as per the proposed restructuring of the George Public Transport System, non-motorised transport, and dignified spaces. The project, which is being managed by the George office...

2006-05-28 03:45:18

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Thirteen people were killed on a South African highway after a pickup truck slammed into the back of a minibus taxi which exploded into flames, Johannesburg emergency services said on Sunday. "All the bodies were burned beyond recognition ... The truck hit the taxi so hard from the rear that it was lodged half-way inside it," said emergency services spokesman Malcolm Midgley. Seven people including both drivers survived and were being treated in hospital for...

2006-02-08 03:21:02

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - At least 11 people were killed in South Africa when a bus left the road and crashed in a storm, the latest in a series of accidents to strike the country's bus companies, local media said on Wednesday. Police said the long-distance bus traveling from the rural Eastern Cape to Cape Town was carrying about 50 people when it crashed and rolled outside the town of Aberdeen, the SAPA news agency reported. "There were six females, four males and one child killed,"...

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