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No quick action from Boston on taxi reform

Long-sought panel still being formed

It has been 10 months since a city-commissioned review of the taxi industry called for creation of an advisory committee to respond to reports of corruption and poorly enforced regulations. Mayor Thomas M. Menino and successor Martin J. Walsh each vowed to follow through.

But no committee has been established and little has changed. Those involved in the taxi industry — drivers, passengers, and even taxi medallion owners — say they are frustrated by the slow pace of promised reform.

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