Says CTS Exec: “Safety must rule over bureaucratic pipe dreams and policies.”

Following Justice Peter H. Moulton’s decision and judgement where he finds that the Taxi of Tomorrow rules violate the Administrative Code of the City of New York and are therefore null, void, and unenforceable, David Pollack, executive director of the Committee for Taxi Safety released the following statement:

“We are gratified by Judge Moulton’s decision. We have always maintained that we need taxis that can withstand New York City roadways and traffic. Safety must rule over bureaucratic pipe dreams and policies. As many cars have proven, not every automobile can withstand the difficulties of New York’s streets. The so-called Taxi of Tomorrow has never been built or tested. This administration cannot gamble with the safety of New York City residents. That is why today’s decision is a win for not just the drivers, but our city’s residents as well.”

Decision and Order

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