Dundee's proposed low emission zone (LEZ) is set to reduce city centre traffic – but what does this mean for the city’s professional drivers?
Taxi drivers who use a car park outside a city GP surgery have been told to clean up their act after being accused of treating the area as a dumping ground.
Taxis could be forced off the road as a result of the merger of two of Dundee’s largest taxi firms, according to worried cabbies.
A taxi boss who sent headhunting letters to “hundreds” of city drivers has defended his actions, saying he has not broken the law.
Taxi drivers in Dundee are furious after the council allegedly handed out their personal details to a firm attempting to poach them.
A union rep has insisted lightning storms led to a cab blackout on Saturday night – and claimed up to half of the city’s taxis were left out of action on the busiest night of the week.
Taxi chiefs have hit out at plans to raise fares at inflation-busting rates which could see the cost of a crosstown journey rising by as much as 10%.
Dundee councillor says folk who ‘struggle to survive’ would lose out if cash is spent on Hogmanay event
A Dundee councillor says people who "struggle to survive" would lose out if cash is spent on a Hogmanay event.
The “honeymoon period is over” for electric vehicle (EV) owners after the city council revealed it will start charging them to plug in their cars.
Dundee’s taxi drivers have joined a national campaign to get more funding for low emission cars.
Dundee’s licensing board could take 20 taxis off the road in the near future due to a drop in demand.
‘We’re left in the dark’: Dundee taxi campaigner says drivers ‘look pretty silly’ when they don’t have V&A answers
Taxi drivers have called for better communication with Dundee City Council following the arrival of the V&A.
Dundee City Council says the era of being able to afford New Year parties was “long gone”.
A taxi boss has said that cab drivers are “furious” at a decision by Dundee City Council to stop funding discounted travel for disabled people.
Dundee’s electric taxi fleet is struggling to cope in the severe winter weather, it has been claimed.
With renewed calls for a Hogmanay party to be introduced in Dundee – particularly following the loss of Carnival Fifty Six – we want to know what appetite there is for such an event.
A Dundee taxi driver has been accused of carrying out a sexual assault on one of his passengers while she entered his vehicle.
Dundee taxi drivers may be forced to ask for payment up-front following a spate of passengers running off without paying their fares, a union has said.