Two ongoing cab driver protests in London

Two series of ongoing protests by cab drivers are currently ongoing in London.

Private hire drivers (Uber on the whole) are protesting at London Bridge today from 4pm against TfL’s decision to charge them the congestion fee. This will cause extension changes to bus routes in the area.

Secondly, black cab drivers have been protesting changes to Tottenham Court Road due to be introduced which restricts their ability to pick up passengers.

They were protesting all last week and more are expected.



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2 thoughts on “Two ongoing cab driver protests in London

  • February 4, 2019 at 4:08 pm

    I’m surprised neither group think to protest around Blackwall tunnel with Ikea opening. The disruption would be huge.

  • February 4, 2019 at 5:40 pm

    Perhaps we can get together and protest too with our dielsel cars about the upcoming ulez charge! Enough is enough TFL have ruined Londons road system.


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