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Aberdeen taxi numbers could be capped

The number of taxis operating in Aberdeen could be capped following concerns raised by the industry.

A limit on the number of cabs on the city's streets was removed six years ago but a review of taxi services has recommended a new cap be introduced as part of a package of measures.

It also recommends every city taxi is wheelchair accessible by 2017.

Councillors will decide what steps to take in June.

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