S-6.01, r. 2.1 - Pilot project to promote taxi transportation services using electric taxis

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15. Despite the By-law concerning taxi transportation (RCG 10-009) of Ville de Montréal, the following rules apply:
(1)  the domelight on an electric taxi may have a display screen and be used to display advertising. Such a domelight may
(a)  be less than one cubic metre in volume;
(b)  have not more than 2 display screens having a total display surface that does not exceed one square metre; and
(c)  show the taxi’s availability status;
(2)  at a private stand having recharging facilities for electric taxis, the rules concerning vehicle priority and position set out in the By-law do not apply; and
(3)  public parking free of charge is permitted when an electric taxi ends its trip, except where the parking is situated less than 60 m from a public stand, in which case the taxi driver must proceed to the stand and get into position.
The domelight referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph cannot display animated advertising or advertising using any other process that creates an illusion of movement, or display more than one time-variable message. In addition, the domelight cannot have lighting, lamps, reflectors or any other effects likely to compromise road safety.
M.O. 2015-14, s. 15.