Companies applying for a Transportation Network Service licence must prepare an application by using the appropriate forms. Be prepared by reviewing the information below.
Companies operating with a TNS licence must fulfill the following obligations:
The $0.90 per trip fee for non-wheelchair accessible ride-hailing vehicles was established to support funding for accessibility programs. Side entry as well as rear entry is permitted for accessible vehicles so people with disabilities are supported and have more options to get around.
For more information visit Record Check Certificates.
The National Safety Code (NSC) is a set of national standards supported by provincial regulations. The program establishes management and performance requirements for commercial carriers. The NSC standards establish minimum safety criteria for commercial vehicles and drivers and issues operating safety certificates when commercial vehicles and drivers have met all required criteria. The NSC provides online training. Find out more about the NSC and the operating safety certificate.
TNS Companies must maintain National Safety Code requirements for
In addition to the provincial TNS licence, TNS companies may need to acquire a municipal business licence depending on their region of operation.
Municipalities have authority to set business licence requirements and issue business licences. To learn more about municipal authority in relation to TNS, read Information for Municipalities.
To apply for a municipal business licence, contact the municipality relevant to your TNS operation.
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