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  • 2010年12月31日現在

    2010年累計 202乗務 5,605,765平均27,751)
    1乗務MAX 59,540(7月23日)
    メーターMAX 29,510(7月23日)

    12月 19乗務596,690(平均31,405)
    11月 19乗務606,805(平均31,937)
    10月 20乗務574,160(平均28,708)
    9月 17乗務 412,250(平均24,250)
    8月 16乗務 439,350(平均27,459)
    7月 8乗務 249,920(平均31,240)
    6月 10乗務 256,990(平均25,699)
    5月 19乗務 472,320(平均24,859)
    4月 22乗務 626,680(平均28,485)
    3月 22乗務 616,620(平均28,028)
    2月 11乗務 296,010(平均26,920)
    1月 19乗務 457,970(平均24,104)

    09年累計 229乗務 6,264,320(平均27,355)
    1乗務MAX 60,160(12月18日) 
    メーターMAX  28,790(10月17日)

    08年累計 226乗務 6,274,580(平均27,763)
    1乗務MAX 60,490(7月28日)
    メーターMAX 25,750(4月5日)

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http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/cityinsider/detail?entry_id=55517

サンフランシスコのタクシー事情(San Francisco chronicle 10/01/19)

Taxiing toward taxi reform

Barely anyone is happy with the state of the taxi system in San Francisco. Passengers say it's too hard to find a cab. Drivers say it's nearly impossible to make a decent living. Many in the industry complain that the current system of issuing taxi permits or medallions is unfair or unreasonable. And so it's been for many years, with nobody either willing or able to take on reform.

But that's about to change. A year ago Mayor Gavin Newsom suggested auctioning off medallions to the highest bidders, but the plan was stalled for more study. Now The Municipal Transportation Agency is prepared to jump into middle of the mess with a proposal that would encourage older medallion holders to sell them to people at the top of the waiting list.

It will introduce its proposal at Tuesday's agency board meeting. A decision is likely in the next couple of months.

To get one of the city's 1,500 medallions now, drivers sit on a long waiting list for about 15 years until a permit is available. Medallion-holders pay about $500 a year, and lease the permits to drivers without them. Many of the permit-holders hang onto the licenses as a source of income, and tend to be older.

The plan, which would raise about $11.2 million between now and June,would offer medallion holders 70 and older the choice of:

-- Selling the medallion at a fixed price determined by the agency to the next person on the waiting list.

-- Surrendering the medallion to the agency in exchange for a monthly payment for life.

-- Keeping the medallion and meeting the existing regulations, including driving a cab at least 800 hours a year.

The agency would also sell the medallions it obtained to the next person on the waiting list. It would also revoke the licenses of all medallion holders not satisfying their driving requirement.

An industry advisory group would oversee the process, evaluate the program and develop recommendations on a permanent overhaul of the medallion system by the end of 2010.

"We continue to work toward a taxi reform proposal that has broad consensus and will generate revenue while providing revenue," said Judson True, agency spokesman.

And that's a task about as difficult as hailing a taxi at 5 p.m. on a Friday.

Posted By: Michael Cabanatuan (Email) | January 19 2010 at 09:00 AM

                        

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/cityinsider/detail?entry_id=55517#ixzz0dOmrUJNq

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