A city councillor has suggested a mandatory fitting of card payment machines in city taxis.
Councillors have been urged to throw out a potential scheme for training Aberdeen taxi drivers on helping disabled people, customer service and using sat nav systems.
Scotland’s biggest taxi firm has installed defibrillators in 15 of their Glasgow cabs and trained drivers how to help people having heart attacks.
Hundreds of taxis are being banned from the roads every year for failing routine council safety checks.
Taxi passengers will pay premium fares on two additional days a year following a review in Aberdeenshire.
A 41-year-old man has been charged after numerous taxis were broken into in Aberdeen.
Taxi firms slam Aberdeenshire Council’s new contract procurement scheme amid allegations of data breaches
Taxi firms have criticised Aberdeenshire Council’s “shambolic” new system for tendering school transport contracts.
A wheelchair user who was refused access to an accessible taxi at Aberdeen Airport has received a full apology.
A wheelchair user has spoken of her “humiliating” treatment after being refused access to taxis at Aberdeen International Airport.
A Moray taxi firm is believed to have become the first in Scotland to operate and carry a defibrillator in one of its cars.
Aberdeen taxi drivers should be allowed to charge more on Friday and Saturday nights to encourage them to work “unsociable hours”, the council has been told.
Standard daytime taxi fares will stay the same in Highland, but other tariffs are set to rise steeply in November.
Hailing a taxi in the Highlands will become more expensive than taking an equivalent ride in Edinburgh, if councillors vote through proposed fare increases tomorrow.
Aberdeen council chiefs are considering a review of the city’s taxi plate system after allegations of widespread “renting” to bypass the rules.
Taxi fares in Aberdeen will go up by 5% from next month - the first increase in seven years.
Inverness taxi drivers are furious after local councillors approved proposals to do away with the Castle Wynd rank and the rank on the east side of Bridge Street.
A union chief, who represents Aberdeen taxi drivers, has called for a council u-turn on granting a licence to the controversial Uber firm.
Aberdeen councillors have voted to allow taxis to use a controversial city bus gate - and to consider reducing the speed limit there to 20mph.
Up to 600 taxi drivers in Aberdeen could be forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds ensuring wheelchair users can use their cabs.
Aberdeen City Council has performed an 11th hour U-turn on plans to make every cab in the city wheelchair accessible.
Aberdeen taxi drivers have branded plans to make every cab in the city wheelchair accessible "utter madness".
As it emerges Aberdeen City Council has performed an 11th hour U-turn on plans to make every cab in the city wheelchair accessible, we ask members of the public for their views on the plans.
Council to push ahead with fully accesible fleet… But some drivers think plans will hit hard-pressed cabbies
City council chiefs are set to push ahead with controversial plans to make every Granite City cab wheelchair accessible - despite the UK government saying they don't have to.
A hefty bill for taxi fares equating to salaries for almost 30 nurses has been run up by NHS Grampian in the last year.
Police have carried out a city-wide inspection of Aberdeen’s taxis to ensure people keep safe over the festive period.
Cabbies in Aberdeenshire may soon be allowed to pass on a controversial airport drop-off charge to passengers.
Moray taxi drivers claim council plans to increase licence charges will put people off the profession.
In an effort to protect rural passengers, Aberdeenshire Council has urged the government to change taxi licensing laws for companies who take bookings from smartphone apps.
A taxi firm boss fears business could go to the wall if Moray Council raises the cost of operating licences.
Cabbies in Aberdeen will have to wait to find out whether they will be forced to make their vehicles wheelchair accessible.
A North taxi trade body has called for a voluntary ban on a using private hire cars, a practice which they say is threatening the livelihood of city cabbies.
An Aberdeen law student has convinced the city’s sheriff court to overturn a council decision to reject his application for a private-hire car driver’s licence.