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Taxi users, drivers, and other interested parties have a chance over the next few weeks to have their say on the national maximum taxi fare. The Commission for Taxi Regulation has developed an online facility at www.farereview.taxiregulator.ie to make it is as easy as possible to submit your views. The site will provide background information on how the national maximum taxi fare works, key points to consider when making a submission, and six key questions that you must complete when making your submission.
A scarcity of taxis is a disaster for a city’s occupants. Especially for a city as wet and often miserable as Galway. At night it leads to queues, long waits, and when you add that to alcohol, fights.
Councillors are set to demand that city manager Joe MacGrath resign as a member of The Commission for Taxi Regulations Advisory Council at the next Galway City Council meeting.
Galway taxi drivers will be hoping City Hall will implement most of their recommendations for new taxi ranks around the city when they meet with city manager Joe MacGrath next week.
Westmeath taxi drivers are in talks about putting forward candidates in the upcoming local elections.
Westmeath drivers can expect to see the main routes into every major town blocked by angry taxi drivers unless action is taken on the issuing of plates.
The Commission for Taxi Regulation issued proceedings against a Castlebar taxi driver for three breaches against the taxi regulation act for failing to operate a taxi metre when in hire; failing to provide a receipt; and charging more than the maximum fare when in hire, which led to the driver appearing before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.