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Take All-Borough taxis (like yellow taxis, but green) onto the roads.
Remaining a scarce sighting meandering through the Bronx and Upper Manhattan - the strange brood of a tall car and a car rental poured into a shade of grass close to the colour of washabi. On Friday, however, New York City for the first greeted what was to become a transformational extension of its transport network: the taxicab that could be used to collect those calling a taxicab into which yellows seldom travel.
Equipped with skylights, counters and charge cards, parked cabs in parts of Manhattan (south of East and West streets respectively East and West streets) or at the city's airport are not permitted to take anthems. Anywhere else they can act as their colleagues do in yellows - legal. The Bloomberg administration's plans to extend the road haul age services were confirmed by the State Appeals Tribunal in June as it has been on trial for over a year amid opposition from the yellows cab business.
In the first year the municipality is expecting to exhibit up to 6,000 taxis and in the next two years up to 12,000 more. According to the city's taxis and limousines commission, more than 1,300 licenses have been granted, indicating that drivers could look forward to seeing the taxis on a regular basis in early autumn.
There were only four taxis in operation on Friday afternoons, the committee said. "I think you will see a crowd of critics within the next few months," said David S. Yassky, the city's cab inspector, in a telephone conversation. Mr. Yassky said that about half of Friday's journeys were charged by bank transfer, a strong shift away from the pure currency traditions of Livree taxis.
A number of Livre driver and operator have voiced scepticism about the scheme, quoting the costs of retrofitting the cabs to the new specification - an estimated $3,000 on 1 January - and the prospects of a lower availability of rental cars. Some fear that the striking appearance of the painting in red could make it easy for law enforcers to identify illicit pick-ups.
Cabin taximeters with GPS do not work when a rider tries to start a journey within the Manhattan zone reserved for amber cabins, although a rider can set down a passenger anywhere in the town.