The Association was instrumental in bringing Bill-13, which dealt with exemption of municipality licensed taxis. We have been successful in our lobbying to keep the taxi industry in BC regulated, so that it can remain financially viable, providing a safe, professional and courteous, taxi service at reasonable rates to the general public.

The deregulation has proven to be a failure, which serves neither the purpose of the taxi industry nor the interests of the general public
(i.e. Seattle's attempt at deregulation failed and it was subsequently re-regulated).
We are dedicated to provide excellent service to people who are physically challenged by increasing the number of accessible vehicles. The Association has been instrumental in facilitating training workshops conducted by the Richmond Disability Centre, vastly improving accessible taxi driver training.

The Association is fully concerned about the safety and security of the operators as well as its clients.
We are continuously seeking to improve the safety standards in the taxi industry. The Association played a major role in getting safety cameras installed in Metro Vancouver taxis.  The Association was also fully responsible for getting safety cameras installed in CRD region and in the Fraser Valley region.  In the taxi industry there are thousands of small business entrepreneurs working hard to survive and succeed.  A healthy, safe, and financially viable taxi industry is essential in achieving these goals.

Partnering with BC Taxi Association can enhance your competitive advantage through adding quality products at affordable wholesale prices to your offering.

To learn more about BC Taxi Association and the products and services we can offer your business, please call us at 2507272580.