The taxicab makes a significant contribution to the accessibility of a city, and provides a wide range of services across many different social groups and urban environments. This study considers the roles and functions of the taxi from its origins as the first licensed form of public transport, to the current variations of vehicle type and operation, to predictions for its future development. Also addressed here is the impact which this ubiquitous form of transport has on contemporary urban life, and the analytical tools being used and developed for its licensing and control.
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Dr. James M. Cooper is the Head of the Taxi Studies Group at Edinburgh Napier University, Senior Research Fellow at the Transport Research Institute and Director of T2E Transport to Employment. Dr. Ray A. Mundy is the John W. Barriger III Endowed Professor of Transportation & Logistics and Director of the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Missouri - St Louis, and Taylor Professor Emeritus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA Dr John D Nelson holds the Sixth Century Chair in Transport Studies and is Director of the Centre for Transport Research at the University of Aberdeen, UK.
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