New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 21 - Miscellaneous
Chapter IV - Syracuse Regional Airport Authority
Part 175 - Commercial Ground Transportation Operations
Section 175.13 - Enforcement

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

(a) Violations.

Violations of these rules and regulations may lead to the temporary suspension or permanent revocation of the ground transportation service license and/or the driver's permit to operate on the airport, as well as fines and criminal prosecution.

(b) Citations.

Administrative citations may be given for any infraction of these rules and regulations. Any airport law enforcement personnel, any Federal, State or local law enforcement officer, any airport official, and all agents appointed by the SRAA who display proper identification are authorized to issue administrative citations for violations of these rules. These citations may be given in addition to any citations for violation of local, State, or Federal laws.

(c) Administrative fines and penalties.

(1) The executive director may assess fines and/or suspensions based on citations for violations of these rules and regulations. Behavior prohibited by these rules and regulations includes behavior which is destructive to airport property, disrespectful of the airport or its patrons, which may be disruptive to airport operations, or which affects the safety or security of the airport or its passengers. The director may fine or suspend for behavior not specifically listed in these regulations, but prohibited under the general categories as stated in this paragraph.

(2) A fine of $100 may be assessed for the first citation, a fine of $200 for a second violation of the same provision within one year, and a fine of $500 for each additional violation of the same provision within one year.

(3) The holder of the ground transportation license shall be notified in writing of citations issued or fines/suspensions assessed.

(4) The executive director reserves the right to revoke a license depending upon the gravity, number, or the severity of violations and the ground transportation service operator's response.

(5) Any driver receiving three citations for any violations under these regulations within one calendar year shall be subject to having his/her individual ground transportation privileges revoked.

(d) Responsibility.

Each ground transportation operator shall be held responsible for the failure of its drivers, agents, employees or other representatives to comply with these rules and regulations.

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