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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Australia: Drivers of wheelchair-accessible cabs will get a $150 incentive to keep on the road this Mother's Day. See the story.

Ireland: The country's Labour Party is backing the abolition of Dublin's taxi regulators -- and a moratorium on new licenses. The number of taxis in the city has doubled to more than 27,000 since 2000. New York has about 13,000, though that doesn't include tens of thousands of livery vehicles. See the story.

Lebanon: The Christian Science Monitor describes a taxi service run by women for women. The cars are easy to spot -- they're pink. See the story.

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