The City is proposing to license these services to improve road safety and address concerns from the taxi cab industry.
Local government | June 2, 2014
The City of Mississauga is asking the public to give their comments on the licensing of the following services:
• medical transfer
• parcel delivery
• designated driver
These services are not currently licensed by the City. Comments can be made at the June 9, 2014 Public Vehicle Advisory Committee meeting.
The City is proposing to license these services to improve road safety and address concerns from the taxi cab industry. These services currently do not have safety requirements to operate. Licensing requirements would include driver training, criminal record searches, vehicle inspections and accessibility requirements. Information collected from the public will be provided to Mississauga City Council for review.
Mississauga Civic Centre
Council Chamber – Second Floor
300 City Centre Drive
(Burnhamthorpe Road West and Duke of York Boulevard)
June 9, 2014
For those unable to attend, input can be provided by contacting the Office of the City Clerk by June 10, 2014.
Stephanie Smith, Legislative Coordinator
Office of the City Clerk
For more information read the corporate reports:
• Amendments to the Public Vehicle Licensing By-law 420-04 as amended, for licensing of Shuttle Service Vehicles, Owners and Drivers
• Amendments to the Public Vehicle Licensing By-law 420-04 as amended, for licensing of Medical Transfer Services Vehicles Owners and Drivers
Senior Communications Advisor
Transportation and Works
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200 ext. 5046