After years of unfair regulations and lack of respect, we are fighting back by forming the Washington, D.C. Taxi Operators Association. Our association will be backed by Teamsters Local 922 and the 1.4 million-member International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
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About 50 Washington, D.C. taxi drivers attended a law enforcement/taxi driver town hall meeting on Monday, May 23 to discuss numerous issues that are hurting drivers’ ability to make a living. The meeting was sponsored by the Washington, D.C. Taxi Operators Association, which is affiliated with Local 922.
Cab drivers say they are being targeted by police patrolling three major roads in Northeast D.C. and they are pointing the finger primarily at one officer.
The complaint, filed Friday in U.S. District Court, claims that the legislation gives a competitive advantage to companies such as Uber, Lyft and Sidecar over taxicab services.
(WASHINGTON) – Today, D.C. taxi drivers and their Washington, D.C. Metro Area Taxi Operators Association filed a class action lawsuit against the District of Columbia over an unfair, two-tiered system that gives a competitive advantage to ride services like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar over taxi operators.
Washington, D.C. taxi drivers who are members of the Washington, D.C. Taxi Operators Association are invited to two important meetings, on May 26 and on June 6.
The Washington, D.C. Taxi Operators Association wants to know which of our members surrendered their h-tags and then were denied new h-tags by the DCTC. Please fill out the survey if these circumstances apply to you.
In the October edition of the Trade Show & Convention Centers Division newsletter: D.C. Teamster Taxi Drivers Fighting for Fairness and Teamsters at Horseshoe Casino Ratify First Contract
(WASHINGTON) – Hundreds of D.C. taxi drivers circled Freedom Plaza and packed a D.C. City Council hearing room today to protest a bill to regulate private sedan services that drivers say continues to give the services a huge competitive edge.