BWI cabbies protest at State House

BWI cab with protest signs.

BWI cab with protest signs in Annapolis.

Scores of honking cabs from BWI Airport circled the State House Tuesday morning in protest of the possible awarding of an exclusive contract to Dulles Airport Taxi that might cost many of them their jobs.

The Board of Public Works, which meets Wednesday in the governor’s reception room, has two options on the table. One would award the contract to the Dulles operator, who has had labor problems in the past. The other would simply extend the current contract, with BWI Taxi Management, for up to a year. The current contract expires on July 1.

—Len Lazarick
Len@MarylandReporter.com

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Len Lazarick

Len Lazarick was the founding editor and publisher of MarylandReporter.com and is currently the president of its nonprofit corporation and chairman of its board He was formerly the State House bureau chief of the daily Baltimore Examiner from its start in April 2006 to its demise in February 2009. He was a copy editor on the national desk of the Washington Post for eight years before that, and has spent decades covering Maryland politics and government.

1 Comment

  1. Ghimirehari

    BWI TM / current management also involved in labour dispute and unfair labor excersise….

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