A decade ago, morning rush hour commuters lined up for cabs outside Grand Central Station in New York. Now, Uber cars, often black sedans that can be summoned with smartphone apps, outnumber the yellow taxis that city riders have hailed with a whistle and a wave for generations.
A decade ago, morning rush hour commuters lined up for cabs outside Grand Central Station in New York. Now, Uber cars, often black sedans that can be summoned with smartphone apps, outnumber the yellow taxis that city riders have hailed with a whistle and a wave for generations. MARY ALTAFFER AP
A decade ago, morning rush hour commuters lined up for cabs outside Grand Central Station in New York. Now, Uber cars, often black sedans that can be summoned with smartphone apps, outnumber the yellow taxis that city riders have hailed with a whistle and a wave for generations. MARY ALTAFFER AP

Yellow cabs now outnumbered by Uber cars on NYC streets

March 19, 2015 07:39 PM

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