Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Bay Cab Going Out of Business on December 1, 2013

Bay Cab is going out of business on December 1, 2013.

The company, which is owned by Roger Cardenas, has been hit with over $50,000 worth of fines by the SFMTA.

According to Taxi Services staff:


"The fines were for continuous violations of company reporting requirements and vehicle equipment problems (disconnected Paratransit equipment)."

Mr. Cardenas has agreed to go out of business as a settlement for the fines.

Bay's 109 medallion holders will have until November 1, 2013 to tell Taxi Services to which color schemes they choose to move their medallions. Because it won't be a voluntary transfer, the standard color scheme transfer fee of $611.50 will be waved. The transfers should be completed by November 29, 2013.

12 comments:

  1. Roger will still be running things and making money off the 109 cabs. Don't think for a minute that he is going to disappear. He is just getting out of those fines.

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  2. The city and the MTA is trying to eliminate all the small companies and keep a few alive and support them with the hard earned money of the cab drivers. As the regulations and conditions, cab drivers are the consider as employees but without employer. It is a systematically done to enslave people.

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  3. Roger is a real piece of garbage and deserves what he getting. Bay cab is full illegal brokers, bad cars and bad drivers. Good riddance

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  4. Roger can be a actual part of rubbish along with warrants just what he getting. These types of pickup truck's cab is usually complete illegal broker agents, undesirable cars and trucks along with undesirable motorists.
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    1. Now there is a spot on comment

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  5. Can somebody elaborate on what medallion brokering is? Is it going to go away now?

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  6. Or rather, he would start another new business. It's what entrepreneurs are up to these days.

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