Higher fees would be divided between airport and company, which says it has addressed problems detailed in critical 2007 audit.
The City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether to grant a new 10-year contract to a firm that has coordinated taxicabs for years at Los Angeles International Airport but was accused in a 2007 city audit of mismanaging funds and other irregularities. Taxi customers at the airport would see increased fares if the new deal is approved.
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