Heidi Slyker, a Boston area musician, said the disappearance had consequences beyond the mere loss of property.
“This business will never be good again,” said one New York City taxi driver struggling to pay off his medallion debt, which was made worse by the pandemic.
The city will use part of the money it expects to receive in the federal stimulus package to aid drivers who fell victim to exploitative loans.
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Confronted with deserted streets during the pandemic, drivers are turning in their rented black cabs by the hundreds.
Since the worst days of the pandemic, the parts of city life the taxi industry relies on the most have yet to bounce back.
While some businesses have adapted to virus restrictions, the yellow cab industry is especially suffering.
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The data from 1.5 million tests confirms how deeply the coronavirus affected lower-income communities.
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In a city ravaged by an epidemic, few places have been as hard hit as central Queens.
Drivers have contended with Uber and inflated medallion prices. Now the pandemic has caused rides to plummet by two-thirds or more.