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Black & White Cabs Dominates Taxi Council Queensland Awards for 2018

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Black & White Cabs has won 5 of the 7 awards at the annual Taxi Council Queensland Awards night. The night recognises and celebrates the best of the best in the taxi industry.


Congratulations to our winners:

  • Operator of the Year (1-20 vehicles) – Chris Cochrane
  • Operator of the Year (21-100 vehicles) – Ertan Yasar
  • Driver of the Year (Wheelchair Accessible Taxi) – Jagdeep Suman
  • Driver of the Year (Conventional) – Shane Longland
  • Customer Service Award – Atambeer ‘Ruby’ Kalra

Win a trip to Tangalooma!

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Get in the spirit of Christmas by decorating your car and you’ll go in the draw to win a family trip to Tangalooma!

There’s also a $100 Gambaro Gift Voucher up for grabs for the best dressed driver!

Competition begins on Saturday December 1st,  so drag out the tinsel and pop on your reindeer ears!

The best decorated car will win a 3 night stay at Tangalooma Island Resort for 4 people valued at $2037!  (see below for full details)

Enter by sending a photo of you or your decorated car to

Winner will be judged on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.

Follow the link below for full terms and conditions of entry…/Christmas_Decorations__Terms__Conditions.pdf



Black & White Cabs joins national P2P transport

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Black & White Cabs is excited to announce that it is becoming part of P2P Transport, servicing customers nationwide and allowing our customers, fleet and staff to plan for a secure, well-resourced and supported future.

Black & White Cabs becoming part of P2P Transport will see P2P become Australia’s largest fully vertically integrated passenger fleet operator with a network fleet of 2,500 vehicles.

As part of P2P Transport we will all enjoy the resources that economy of scale will bring. We will enjoy leading dispatch technology and innovative app solutions, which means a faster and more reliable booking process. The extensive resources which will be afforded to us through P2P will mean that corporate clients can set up national accounts for their transport in a much more streamlined manner.

The acquisition announcement has been made to the Australian Stock Exchange and follows a well-considered process to get to this point. Black & White Cabs believe it is not only best for the business’ future and the future of our owners, operators, drivers and staff within Black & White Cabs, but also for our valuable customers.

The taxi industry is rapidly changing and customers are looking for difference, efficiency, and economical value. The rise of ride sharing has placed pressure on our industry and we feel that by being part of the national P2P Transport, we will be able to succeed against the fast-paced changes facing our industry.

Approaching 100 years of operation, this is a momentous time for Black & White Cabs as a business and for our industry in general. We look forward to being part of a national team driving customer service, technological innovation and market share growth. We hope you share the same excitement in our future.

Due diligence for the acquisition of Black & White Cabs will be completed on the 1st July and Black & White Cabs will then officially be part of the P2P Transport.

We Take Your Child’s Safety Seriously

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Black & White Cabs is a proud provider of transport to and from school for students. There are a number of features that Black & White Cabs offers to provide the highest level of safety for student passengers travelling alone. These features put Black & White Cabs above other services that cannot offer the same.
Being able to track your child from pick-up to drop-off is one feature not many others can offer. With our in-app driver tracking system you can watch your child every step of the way on their journey to or from school. Read More

Black & White Cabs Launches ‘Refer A Friend’

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Refer a friend and earn $20 off your next ride

Black & White Cabs is pleased to launch the ‘Refer a Friend’ program which enables Brisbane passengers to earn $20 off a ride when they refer a friend.

To earn a $20 ride discount voucher, simply have one of your friends download the Brisbane Black & White Cabs app for the first time and make a booking. Once we verify the trip has been completed you will receive an email with details of how to claim your $20 discount voucher.

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Taxi Driver Rewarded For His Good Deed

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Why is it whenever you sit down to watch the news or read the newspaper everything is always so negative these days? Crime, corruption and terrorism fill the air ways. Despite what we are led to believe, the state of the world isn’t as bad as you think.

Enter Atambeer ‘Ruby’ Kalra. Ruby has been a Black & White Cabs driver for nearly 9 years and has become an integral part of the Business Class fleet, winning ‘Best Business Class Driver’ in 2014.

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Black & White Cabs driver leaves ride-share behind

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Paul Mroz had always believed in moving forward and never going back. When he made the move from ride-share to Black & White Cabs he had that life motto at the forefront of his mind.

Paul Mroz has seen a lot in his years. Before becoming a professional driver, Paul spent time as a shift commander with the NSW Police, managed a Colonial State Bank and a Toyota Dealership and transported athletes at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. After resigning from Toyota, Paul packed up his life and headed overseas to live in Ireland for a period of time.

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Black & White Cabs MFO Takes a Drive with Tim Nicholls MP

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One of our Black & White Cabs MFO’s (Multi Fleet Operators) – Ronnie Woods – took a drive with Tim Nicholls MP to discuss new developments to the passenger transport industry.

The announcement came that the LNP has opened a position within the ministerial council to relay information about further developments.
The intention behind this is to open the lines of communication between the stakeholders within the taxi industry and the government.

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