Pedicab crackdown

There are fewer taxicabs in New York City today than in 1937.  Entry restrictions have meant too few taxis, too many private cars, and gridlock so bad that in downtown midtown Manhattan, pedicabs, basically tricycle-rickshaws, are faster than cars.  Is it any wonder, therefore, that the city is considering a crackdown?    

Thanks to Roger Congleton for the pointer.


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