New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) was within its “extremely broad” legal mandate under the City Charter when it designated a Nissan model as the “Taxi of Tomorrow,” a unanimous Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.

The court determined that the commission followed City Charter guidelines in developing the Taxi of Tomorrow program, beginning in 2007, and in gathering input from the public and the auto industry to designate the Nissan NV200 as the car for New York City cabbies for at least the next decade.

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