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The City of Winnipeg hopes to create more space for taxicabs in downtown Winnipeg, Mayor Sam Katz’s office said Thursday.
Katz plans to move a motion at a future committee meeting asking city staff to explore ways to create more space for cabs.
The city has previously looked at allowing cabs to wait for fares in front of loading zones and fire hydrants, provided cabbies remain in their vehicles so they can get out of the way of emergency vehicles, if need be.
The move follows the threat of a downtown-service boycott by cab companies on Sept. 7. The cab companies backed off after Katz agreed to meet with them.