S-6.01, r. 2.1.1 - Pilot project to promote the use of new fully electric automobiles in the taxi transportation industry

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chapter S-6.01, r. 2.1.1
Pilot project to promote the use of new fully electric automobiles in the taxi transportation industry
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES BY TAXI — FULLY ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES
Act respecting transportation services by taxi
(chapter S-6.01).
S-6.01
July 12 2017August 10 2017
1. The Pilot project to promote the use of new fully electric automobiles in the taxi transportation industry is hereby authorized
(1)  to establish special rules allowing taxi transportation services to be offered using fully electric automobiles which have a minimum wheelbase less than that provided for in the Taxi Transportation Regulation (chapter S-6.01, r. 3);
(2)  to experiment with the use of such automobiles for the purpose of fostering the development of the taxi industry while ensuring the quality of the services offered;
(3)  to collect information on the use of such automobiles to assess the impact of their use on the quality of the services offered.
2017-06M.O. 2017-06, s. 1.
2. Despite subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 22 of the Taxi Transportation Regulation (chapter S-6.01, r. 3) and paragraph 5 of section 42 of the By-law concerning taxi transportation (RCG 10-009) of Ville de Montréal, the holder of a taxi owner’s permit whose services are not specialized may use as a taxi a fully electric sedan or station wagon-type automobile which has a wheelbase between 256.5 cm and 261 cm.
2017-06M.O. 2017-06, s. 2.
3. The Minister of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Transport Electrification is responsible for collecting information on the use of the automobiles referred to in section 2.
To that end, the Commission des transports du Québec sends to the Minister, every 3 months, the name and address of the establishment of the holder of a taxi owner’s permit covered by this Pilot project. The holder must answer every request made by the Minister to collect the information necessary to assess the impact of the use of those automobiles on the quality of the services offered.
2017-06M.O. 2017-06, s. 3.
4. This Pilot project is revoked on 10 August 2020.
2017-06M.O. 2017-06, s. 4; 2019-16M.O. 2019-16, s. 1.
This Pilot project remains in force until 10 October 2020, unless the Minister of Transport terminates it before that date. (S.Q. 2019, c. 18, s. 297)
REFERENCES
M.O. 2017-06, 2017 G.O. 2, 2181
M.O. 2019-16, 2019 G.O. 2, 1685A
S.Q. 2019, c. 18, s. 297