Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022
A transportation network company (TNC) is an operator that
provides transportation services using an online enabled platform to connect
passengers with TNC drivers using their personal vehicles.
License to operate on airport
(1) No TNC operator may
accept a passenger originating from the airport unless it holds a license from
the SRAA to operate on airport premises.
(2) The application form for a TNC operator
license may be obtained from the SRAA office.
(3) The fee for a TNC operator license is
found in the SRAA commercial ground transportation fee schedule, as from
time-to-time published by the SRAA.
(1) A TNC operator is provided a
non-exclusive license to load/unload passengers and their baggage at the
(2) A TNC operator shall
only accept passengers on an advance reservation basis made through the TNC
(3) TNC operators
shall load passengers and baggage only within designated zones and at no time
shall the driver leave the vehicle unattended.
(4) A TNC driver has the option to park
his/her vehicle in the public parking lot/garage to meet his/her passenger in
accordance with the guidelines for meet and greet services (section 175.11 of
this Part). In this case, the driver may load passengers and baggage in that
(5) TNC vehicles
must display on the dashboard, so as to be visible from outside the vehicle, a
printed, typed sign identifying the TNC operator for which they are
(6) TNC drivers must have
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