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I just want to join the chorus to echo the opinions:
a) These designs are all hideous
b) The whole idea seems like regulation for regulation's sake
c) The circulators and streetcars look pretty, but there's every reason why DDOT wouldn't want to have its services confused with those of the cab operators.
d) A uniform color scheme destroys the need for cab companies to compete for goodwill from hail customers.
e) If there absolutely has to be a uniform design, it would be nice to reference the circulaors, streetcars and CaBi, but see item c
f) There is nothing wrong with cabs being yellow.
g) The cars modeled are not the cars you will typically see this scheme on, although I do hope to see a lot more MV-1s as taxis.

by Lucre on Dec 10, 2012 3:08 pm • linkreport

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