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Like virtually everyone else, I think this is kind of pointless, and I think if there was a reason to go with one color it should yellow.

However, one of the things I remember from the debate is that they didn't want to consider yellow because that was associated with a particular brand of taxi and might be seen as favoring them. I don't actually understand that because DC Yellow Cab actually has orange and black cars, but this was the purported reason.

by Kate W. on Dec 10, 2012 3:14 pm • linkreport

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