City Council’s cab crackdown continues to get results

Liverpool City Council licensing officers took almost 50 taxis and private hire cars off the road in March for a string safety defects.

As part of the council’s ongoing commitment to ensure passenger safety in the city, officers served suspension notices on 48 vehicles following routine inspections throughout the month.

Liverpool open for business

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Balance for Better

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A city conversation to inspire change

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My weekly round up

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My weekly round-up

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In my Liverpool Home

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