NYC taxi drivers and passengers are in the middle of an existential crisis.

The cab industry is facing a crisis of unprecedented proportions.

New York is a major international hub for the transportation of people and goods, and its taxi industry is a crucial link between the global economy and the United States.

New Yorkers rely on the transportation system for jobs and to access their daily needs.

Many are struggling to find work in the sector, and the taxi industry has long faced pressure from the city and federal government.

The crisis is a direct result of a decades-long trend: New York City, which has long been known as a world-class city for attracting business and attracting investment, is now a global city in crisis.

It is a crisis that the taxi and limousine industry has been trying to avoid for decades.

But the problem is growing faster than ever before.

This article is part of CNN’s series on the global taxi crisis.

New Jersey and New York taxi drivers are struggling.

New Yorker Matt Grosz is the CEO of Gotham Car Rental in Manhattan.

He was recently fired from his job because he refused to comply with the city’s new mandatory “code of conduct” for cab drivers.

His resignation came amid a new law requiring all cab drivers to wear masks, undergo annual background checks and pay a $100 fine for violations.

He believes his business is in trouble.

“The taxi industry here in New Jersey is not the best,” Grossz said.

“Our business has not been doing very well.

The taxi industry in New York, and New Jersey, needs to do a better job. “

We’ve got to fix this.

The taxi industry in New York, and New Jersey, needs to do a better job.

I don’t know how long it will take.

I’m not. “

I’m not going to stand here and tell the people that are out there that I’m going to have to shut down the industry.

I’m not.

But we need to change the culture in New Jerseys taxi industry.”

The city of New York has been the world’s most populous city with about 4.5 million people, including the largest number of people in any U.S. city.

Taxi drivers make up about 5 percent of the citys population, and their numbers are growing fast.

They are the backbone of the industry and they are the largest earners.

But many cab drivers are not willing to take a pay cut or risk losing their jobs.

The new law requires all cabs to wear masking tape, which drivers say is too expensive and cumbersome.

A driver, who spoke to CNN on condition of anonymity, said the cost is not worth the convenience and safety that comes with the technology.

“You can’t just throw it on a cab and have it look like a real mask.

We can’t do that.

It just won’t work,” the driver said.

The driver said he has to pay $150 per month in fees and expenses to cover his health insurance and other expenses.

“When you’re a cab driver, you are a part of a community and you are working for a community.

You’re helping people.

But if you don’t have that community, you can’t take care of the community,” he said.

New Jersey cabbies and passengers have started a petition drive to make the city of NYC do something about the new law.

“There’s a lot of people out there who are not going there to work, and they don’t want to take their chances,” Grazsz told CNN.

“They’re going to make a big mistake.”

Taxi drivers in New Brunswick, New Jersey say the city should require cabs with a license plate number to wear a mask.

“In order to be a cab in NewJersey, you need a license.

And the city does not want to do that,” said John St. Pierre, president of the New Jersey Taxi Drivers Association.

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Pierre said New Jersey should require all cabbys to wear their license plate numbers on their cab.

NewJerseys drivers also want to see regulations change to make it easier for people to call a cab.

“For me, as a driver, that would be a no-brainer.

I can get people to get on the bus.

And I can also get them to the car.

That’s a good thing,” said St. Patrick, a cabbie from St. John, New Brunswick.

“If we want people to have the same level of safety, we need the same standards.”

New Jersey’s mayor, Phil Murphy, has called on New York to impose a mandatory “safety net” on the industry, including mandating drivers wear masks and increasing penalties for violations such as speeding, running red lights and running stop signs.

The law is not set to take effect until next month.

But Gros, who says he will not be forced to shut his business down, said he hopes New Jersey