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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Accessible Dispatch Driver of the Week: Meet Luis!


Originally from the Dominican Republic, Luis lives in the Bronx with his family. He owns his own taxi medallion and employs other drivers. He is glad to operate an accessible taxi because he enjoys helping his community.

Having grown up in a tight-knit family, Luis knows the importance of helping others and looking out for those in need. One night, during Hurricane Sandy, he had a chance to do just that– extend a hand to a stranger.…

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Accessible Dispatch Driver of the Week: Meet Jean!

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Originally from Senegal, Jean lives in Brooklyn and is an avid writer and reader. He likes driving an accessible taxi because it makes people’s lives easier.

“Back home I know someone in a wheelchair who really couldn’t go out unless someone carried them into the car,” he says. “This service is amazing. It helps people have a social life, receive medical treatment and just go out to a stroll.”

Jean enjoys meeting new people, and knows that sometimes just having someone to talk to can turn your day around.…

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Accessible Dispatch Driver of the Week: Meet Adam!

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A musician originally from Eugene, Oregon, Adam loves exploring the city. He drives part-time while playing music in various Broadway shows. For him, driving an accessible taxi is about making a difference.

“At first when I got this car I thought, ‘okay a bigger car’. Then when I started to see firsthand the true meaning of having an accessible cab I became very glad to part of this company and part of the people who make a difference.”

Adam knows first-hand how much of a difference one person can make.…

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Accessible Dispatch Driver of the Week: Meet Briel!


Originally from Pooler, Georgia, Briel used to work in shipping but became a taxi driver when his company moved.

“I worked there for most of my life, since I was 18 years old,” Briel says. “The company moved to Texas and I did not want to move. I was getting older, so I wanted a more flexible job.”

Being a taxi driver, in addition to being less stressful, has given Briel the opportunity to help people, both by being an accessible dispatch driver and while picking up daily fares.…

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