Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed's deputy chief of staff Katrina Taylor Parks said the taxi industry has gotten multiple extensions to delay a stricter requirement on vehicle age.
"There has to be a cutting off point," Taylor Parks said. "The city's position is about safety."
Atlanta city council transportation committee chair C.T. Martin plans to schedule a work session on the matter.
"It's still a problematic situation at the airport," Martin said. "I don't know if it's ever going to go away."
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