Taxi

Taxi

[tak-see]
Taxi may refer to:

In transport

  • Taxicab, a vehicle with a driver for hire which conveys passengers between locations of their choice
  • Taximeter, a mechanical or electronic device installed in taxicabs
  • Taxicab stand
  • Share taxi, a mode of transport that falls between private transport and conventional bus transport
  • Water taxi, a small boat that transports passengers on water
  • Taxiing, the movement of an aircraft on the ground
    • Taxiway, the paved surface on which an aircraft taxis
  • Business jet, an air taxi or charter jet

In television

In film

  • Taxi Driver, a 1976 film directed by Martin Scorsese starring Robert de Niro and Jodie Foster
  • A series of action-comedy movies written by Luc Besson, starring Samy Naceri and Frédéric Diefenthal:
    • Taxi (1998 film), a 1998 film directed by Gérard Pirès
    • Taxi 2, a 2000 sequel to the above film. Directed by Gérard Krawczyk
    • Taxi 3, a 2003 sequel to the above films. Directed by Gérard Krawczyk
    • Taxi 4, a 2007 sequel to the above films. Directed by Gérard Krawczyk
  • Taxi (2004 film), a loose remake of the 1998 film. Directed by Tim Story
  • Taxi!, a 1932 film starring James Cagney
  • Taxi (1953 film), a 1953 film directed by Gregory Ratoff
  • Taxi Number 9211, a 2006 Bollywood film directed by Milan Lutharia

In music

Other uses

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