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The Medallion Taxicab passenger list. If you' re a taxi driver, you have the right: Above all, we see this in the spread of the Taxicab Bill of Rights. Meeting Metro Taxi Owner Bill Scalzi "Underground taxi is the biggest full-service taxi operator in Connecticut," says founder and president William Scalzi. "By offering our customers outstanding services and advantageous deals to our chauffeurs, by re-investing in Connecticut's taxi industry, and by offering options that give chauffeurs the agility to satisfy the needs of today's two-income families, we have taken this path."

In 1987, Bill launched West Haven-based Metro Taxi with 15 taxis, a vision, an engineer's diploma and two generation of taxiing expertise behind him with his Mrs. Isabelle, Vice President and Head of Business Development. The New Haven Business Club acclaimed Bill as the 2008 Rising Star and Metro Taxi as the 2010 Green Business Leader.

From 400 members the Chamber of Commerce West Haven awarded Bill and Isabelle as "2010 Business Persons of the Year". The New Haven Chamber of Commerce also praised Metro Taxi for its technology advances. Further awards on the market place are Metro Taxi, quoted by Governor M. Jodi Rell and the Connecticut General Assembly for its outstanding services, and Best in New Haven for nine years in a row by the 83,000 New Haven Advocate reader base.

Actually, Bill has stayed faithful to a personal client services code. Consequently, Metro Taxi is a domestic taxi business that offers advantages in the big town. Mr. Bill ministered to the Connecticut taxi industry by joining the Connecticut Taxi Task Force, which he was involved in setting up. In addition, he is a member of the Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association, an internationally active organisation with more than 1,000 transporters.

TLPA awarded Bill "2010 Taxicab Operator of the Year" in honor of his outstanding commitment to providing a professional, responsive and secure experience. Previously, Bill was President of the Connecticut Medical Livery Association and the Taxi Association of Connecticut as well as a former Director of the Paratransit Risk Retention Group of Memphis, Tennessee.

He is active in other bodies of his fellowship. Bill began his professional life at United Technologies Corporation before starting Metro Taxi before moving to Yellow Cab in Hartford as General Manager.

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