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Yellow, yellow, YELLOW!! There's a reason that most places with a uniform taxicab color use yellow. It stands out from other vehicles, making it easier for people to hail a cab. It's a regulation with a genuine public policy rationale. "Branding" our cabs differently because of an NYC Inferiority Complex does not serve any useful purpose. In fact, it will have exactly the opposite effect by causing riders to take greater notice of the differences between our cabs and those in NYC (or any other major city). Is this something we really want visitors doing?

by Jimmy on Dec 10, 2012 3:01 pm • linkreport

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