St. John’s Taxi Association Calls for Action Against Unauthorized Operators Targeting Cruise Ship Passengers

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St. John’s Taxi Association members at their dispatch location in Heritage Quay/ 2018 photo

St. John’s Taxi Association members raised concerns about ongoing unfair competition from unauthorized operators targeting cruise ship passengers illegally.

Vice President Denis Friday Jnr. and Secretary Lesroy Jno Baptiste presented these issues to the Cabinet, requesting increased police presence on cruise days to deter such operators causing economic harm.

The Cabinet acknowledged the problem, promising to strengthen laws against unauthorized operators.

Additionally, the taxi association discussed road conditions in St. John’s and routes to tourist sites, with Chief of Staff Lionel Max Hurst identifying areas for improvement by year-end due to rapid deterioration from floods and excessive rainfall.

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