When the 1999 arcade game, Crazy Taxi, was re-released Steam some features of the original game that had been present on the previous PC port were missing, as well as the Dreamcast version. That is, a lot of Bad Religion rad songs (and also some songs from The Offspring I guess), product placement from various real world brands, and analog controls that really worked.
While it is a solution to recover the file original soundtrack circulated a while ago, corrections of the other missing items from Crazy Taxi were unreliable or incomplete. This has changed thanks to a collaboration between Alexvgz and Silent, which you may know by patches as the one that brought back the floor filter of God Ex: Human Revolution.
Crazy Taxi Dreamcast Restoration 2.0 restores the Pizza Hut, KFC, Levi and Tower Records logos to the game's destinations, and also restores FILA, which had not only been renamed Shoe Rack, but has been removed as destination of passengers for some reason. The Crazy Taxi SilentPatch makes the analog controls work properly (the problem turned out to be one of the misconfigured dead zones) and restores the tricks to change the camera mode and enable a speedometer, as well as fix some bugs. You can even play with a steering wheel now.
You can download both modifications and read about their creation at Github.