There are just six days left to take part in a consultation that could determine if all taxis in Aberdeen should be accessible to people in wheelchairs.
Aberdeen City Council wants to get public opinion on plans to ensure every taxi registered in the city can accommodate passengers in wheelchairs from June 2019 onwards.
The city council introduced a policy in 1994 which required all new applications for a taxi licence to be operating a wheelchair friendly vehicle.
An exemption was granted to existing licence holders at that time which allowed them to continue to licence a saloon vehicle. The exemption is due to expire in June 2019.
The council’s licensing committee convener Councillor John Reynolds said: “We are committed to consulting widely on the issue and hope to attract views from a range of respondents, which will help inform the recommendations and decisions going forward.”
Visit tinyurl.com/wheelchairsaberdeen to find out more and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your views by Wednesday.