Taxis back on parade with RSL tipped to overturn Anzac Day ban

 “Taxi drivers drive our vets around at no cost. It’s something they are proud to do,” Mr Rogers said. Picture: AAP

“Taxi drivers drive our vets around at no cost. It’s something they are proud to do,” Mr Rogers said. Picture: AAP

A plan to exclude taxis from an Anzac Day parade, over terrorism concerns, is expected to be overturned when the NSW RSL and Taxi Council meet today.

Organisers of the Anzac Day march through Sydney proposed last Friday to transfer elderly war veterans out of taxis and into golf carts during the annual event.