cabs

New York Cabbies Fare Badly as Gas Prices Soar

With gas prices shooting ever higher, cities such as Chicago, Las Vegas and Miami have either allowed cab drivers to levy fuel surcharges or are considering them. But in New York, where the drivers of nation's largest cab fleet are struggling to make ends meet, officials say a surcharge isn't even being considered.

In Vegas, the Taxi Game Is Rigged Against Plastic

Credit cards will take a traveler a long way in our cashless society -- as long as that traveler isn't trying to take a cab in Las Vegas. Taxis remain among the last holdouts in U.S. society's transition to plastic, a lesson travel writer Randy Diamond has learned the hard way.