According to a report in today's Examiner, taxi providers are asking for more cars on the road. (Hallelujah.) Some 25 percent of people who call Yellow Cab for service, it seems, are never picked up. Jim Gillespie, a manager at Yellow Cab, explained to the Ex that "more medallion holders would help drivers because the increased number would give San Francisco residents more confidence to call cabs for service." Which: yes, yes, and yes. However, "spokesman Mark Gruberg of the United Taxicab Workers, a drivers association, said more cabs would hurt an industry still recovering from the dot-com bust and post-Sept. 11 downturn." Read the entire article for more details.