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Transportation Network Companies (TNCs): Impacts to Airport Revenues and Operations (2019)

Chapter: Appendix B. State Enabling Legislation, City Ordinances, Airport Transportation Network Company Trip Fees

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B. State Enabling Legislation, City Ordinances, Airport Transportation Network Company Trip Fees." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Transportation Network Companies (TNCs): Impacts to Airport Revenues and Operations. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25671.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B. State Enabling Legislation, City Ordinances, Airport Transportation Network Company Trip Fees." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Transportation Network Companies (TNCs): Impacts to Airport Revenues and Operations. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25671.
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ACRP 01-35: TNCS: IMPACTS TO AIRPORT REVENUES AND OPERATIONS AUGUST 19, 2019 FINAL DRAFT DELIVERABLE Reference Guide |B-1 | Appendix B APPENDIX B STATE ENABLING LEGISLATION, CITY ORDINANCES, AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION NETWORK COMPANY TRIP FEES General References 1. Schaller Consulting, Unfinished Business: A Blueprint for Uber, Lyft and Taxi Regulation, September 2016. 2. National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Final Report on Transportation Network Company Regulation, January 2017. 3. Testimony of Ginger Goodin, P.E., Senior Research Engineer and Director, Transportation Policy Research Center, and Maarit Moran, Associate Transportation Researcher, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, to the Texas Senate Committee on Business and Commerce, summarizing nationwide legislation enacted to authorize and regulate transportation network companies, March 14, 2017. 4. Eric Biber, Sarah E. Light, J. B. Ruhl, and James Salzman, “Regulating Business Innovation as Policy Disruption: From the Model T to Airbnb,” Vanderbilt Law Review 70, no. 1561, 2017. 5. San Francisco County Transportation Authority, The TNC Regulatory Landscape: An Overview of Current TNC Regulation in California and Across the Country, Draft Report, December 2017. Transportation Network Company State Enabling Legislation and Enactment Year California AB 2293 (2013) Colorado SB 125 (2014) Florida HB 221 (2017) Georgia HB 225 (2017) Massachusetts, An Act Regulating TNCs (Chapter 187 of the Acts of 2016) Nebraska LB 629 (2015) New Jersey, TNC Safety and Regulatory Act (N.J.S.A. 39:5H-1, et seq.) (2017) Texas HB 100 (2017) Vermont HB 10 (2018) City Ordinances Chicago Code Chapters 9–115 Cleveland City Council, Per Trip User Fee Orientation, Hopkins International Airport (2019) Miami-Dade County (2016) Los Angeles Licensing Agreement (covering TNC services to/from Los Angeles International Airport) 2015; rev. 2017

ACRP 01-35: TNCS: IMPACTS TO AIRPORT REVENUES AND OPERATIONS AUGUST 19, 2019 FINAL DRAFT DELIVERABLE Reference Guide |B-2 | Appendix B AIRPORT TNC TRIP FEES: PICK-UP/DROP-OFF (AS OF AUGUST 12 , 2019) AIRPORT CODE PICK UP DROP OFF TOTAL NOTES Atlanta ATL $3.85 $ - $ 3.85 Baltimore BWI $2.50 $ 2.50 $ 5.00 Boston BOS $3.25 $ - $ 3.25 Oct. 2019: fee increases to $3/$3; July 2020: fee increases to $4/$4; 50 percent discount for shared ride. Charlotte CLT $1.50 $ 1.50 $ 3.00 Chicago ORD/MDW $5.60 $ 5.60 $ 11.20 $10,000 annual fee plus an administrative fee of $0.02 per trip. Dallas Ft. Worth DFW $5.00 $ 5.00 $ 10.00 $600 annual permit fee. Denver DEN $2.60 $ 2.60 $ 5.20 Detroit DTW $5.00 $ 5.00 $ 10.00 Ft. Lauderdale FLL $3.00 $ - $ 3.00 Las Vegas LAS $2.60 $ 2.60 $ 5.20 Los Angeles LAX $4.00 $ 4.00 $ 8.00 $1,000 activation fee. Miami MIA $2.00 $ - $ 2.00 Minneapolis MSP $3.36 $ 3.36 $ 6.72 $5,000 security deposit. New York (PANYNJ) JFK/LGA/EWR $ - $ - $ - JFK, LGA, and EWR do not charge a pick-up fee; Uber pays EWR $1 million/year for airport access. Under consideration: $4/$4 fee at all three airports for TNCs and taxis. Orlando MCO $5.80 $ - $ 5.80 Philadelphia PHL $2.60 $ 3.00 $ 5.60 Phoenix PHX $2.66 $ 2.66 $ 5.32 Portland PDX $3.00 $ 3.00 $ 6.00 Salt Lake City SLC $2.50 $ 2.50 $ 5.00 San Francisco SFO $4.50 $ 4.50 $ 9.00 Same fee for all pick-up/drop-off locations; all domestic terminal pick-ups are required to be at the 5th floor of the domestic garage; domestic drop-offs at the terminal curbsides and all international pick-ups and drop-offs are at the international terminal curbside. San Diego SAN $3.86 $ 3.86 $ 7.72 Seattle SEA - - $ 6.00 Option of paying $3/$3. Tampa TIA $4.00 $ - $ 4.00 Oct. 2019: fee increases to $5. Washington, DC (MWAA) DCA/IAD $4.00 $ 4.00 $ 8.00 $5,000 activation fee. SOURCES: Airports Council International, Transportation Network Company Fee Survey, August 2018; Crain Communications, Inc., June 2019; Ricondo & Associates, Inc., July 2019; Airport Ground Transportation Association/Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority, TNC Survey, June 2019.

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As of June 2019, transportation network companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft operate in the ground transportation markets at all major domestic commercial airports. The rapid emergence has presented multiple challenges to airport operators, states, regional transit authorities, and city governments.

The pre-publication draft of the TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 215: Transportation Network Companies (TNCs): Impacts to Airport Revenues and Operations is designed to help airport operators develop and implement practical approaches to managing TNCs within the context of commercial ground transportation policies and programs. The report presents best practices that have proven to be effective tools that airport operators can use to manage TNC operations and develop sustainable revenue models. It particularly is designed to help airport operators evaluate the tradeoffs among customer service, revenue generation, current operations, and long-term facility planning.

Additional resources include a Mode Choice and Revenue Simulator Template spreadsheet and an accompanying dataset.

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