New York Cabbies Threaten Strike over GPS New York City cab drivers may go on strike starting Wednesday to protest the installation of GPS tracking systems in their taxis. Drivers will bear the cost of the system, say it is noisy and requires excessive maintenance.
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New York Cabbies Threaten Strike over GPS

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New York Cabbies Threaten Strike over GPS

New York Cabbies Threaten Strike over GPS

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New York City cab drivers may go on strike starting Wednesday to protest the installation of GPS tracking systems in their taxis. Graham Hodges, professor of history at Colgate University and author of the book Taxi! A Social History of the New York City Cabdriver, talks with Robert Smith.