Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022
A taxicab is a vehicle properly licensed, inspected, and
marked as such by an appropriate licensing authority of the State of New York.
All such vehicles shall be subject to inspection by 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. Vehicles which fail inspections will be required to immediately
leave airport premises.
License to operate on airport premises.
(1) The SRAA may grant an exclusive or
non-exclusive license(s) for walk-up customer taxicab services originating from
(2) Fees and charges
for service originating from the airport will be determined by the executed
airport ground transportation agreement between the SRAA and the taxicab
which are not parties to an agreement with the SRAA shall be limited to
drop-off fares and prearranged pick-up fares and are limited to waiting in
designated areas only.
operating under an agreement will use the designated areas for walk-up
customers originating from the airport.
(2) Unless a taxicab is party to an airport
taxicab agreement, taxicab pick-up services shall be prearranged.
(i) Prearranged taxicab services must display
on the dashboard, so as to be visible from outside the taxicab, a waybill for
each passenger for whom they are providing ground transportation services. This
waybill must be made available for inspection on demand of any airport law
enforcement personnel, any State or local law enforcement officer, all airport
officials, and all agents appointed by the SRAA who display proper
(ii) Taxicabs not a
party to an agreement will use the designated areas to pickup customers
originating from the airport.
(1) As part of an exclusive agreement for
walk-up customer services, the operator agrees to provide a dispatcher, who
will be available to furnish service to airport passengers at the time of all
scheduled flight arrivals (including changes in schedules) of the various
airlines. If there is an exclusive operator, then that operator is the only
entity permitted to maintain dispatcher services at the airport.
(2) The dispatcher will be responsible for
(i) insuring the smooth and
orderly loading and departure of the ground transportation vehicles;
(ii) maintaining order in the designated
ground transportation staging areas and loading/unloading areas;
(iii) directing patrons to alternative forms
of transportation, if requested;
(iv) advising patrons of authorized