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The word ‘hackney’ derives from the place name Hackney in London which supplied horses from the surrounding meadows. An ordinance for the regulation of hackney coachmen in London was approved by the English Parliament in 1654 to “remedy the many inconveniences [that] do daily arise by reason of the late increase and great irregularity of coaches and coachmen.” The first hackney carriage licences date from 1662. Licences applied literally to horse-drawn carriages, later modernised to ‘hansom cabs’ that operated as vehicles for hire.
Ireland’s first fully electric wheelchair accessible taxi has been developed by a county Westmeath company, Donal Murtagh Mobility, based in Moate.
Carbon emissions in Galway can be cut significantly if taxi drivers are provided with incentives to switch to electric cars, according to a Labour Galway City Central candidate John McDonagh.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has welcomed the recent announcement by Transport Minister Shane Ross of a grant scheme for Taxi/Limousine/Hackney (SPSV), aimed at increasing the uptake of new electric vehicles (EVs) in the Irish taxi fleet.
GREEDY BUILDERS, resilient prostitutes, trafficked East European women, and rogue cops, all set in the Galway of 2009 - this is A Very Personal Service, a Galway noir novel by Seán Gibbons.
Get home safe taxi app puts Galway techie in driving seat to become Nissan Generation Next ambassador
A 23-year-old tech graduate from Galway who has created an app that allows students to get a taxi to get home safely, even when they have no cash, bank card or phone, is in the driving seat to become a Nissan Generation Next ambassador.
As Galway prepares to celebrate Halloween, Big O Taxis would like to advise all its customers to stay safe this weekend.
Big O Taxis are running a promotion for their customers commencing from May 11. Every week, for five weeks, anybody who books a taxi by phone, through the Big O App or via the web will be entered into a free draw with the winner receiving €50.
Galway Taxis has over the last two years changed its dispatch system to allow online and app bookings from smartphones. This has resulted in a growth in overall business over the last six months. The Galway Taxis app is now in operation for more than two years and accounts for almost 15 per cent of all bookings. With more than 4,500 app downloads on Android and iPhone, the company plans to introduce a Windows app later this year. Galway Taxis will be the first taxi app to provide its services on this platform.
BIG O TAXIS have joined forces with the Students Unions in GMIT in a bid to ensure the safety of students going home late at night. This campaign is called “Don’t Walk Home Alone” and is aimed to deter students from walking home alone after a night out where they find that they have neglected to budget for their taxi.