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Transportation Network Company Transparency

Concerning requirements for transportation network companies, and, in connection therewith, requiring transportation network companies to comply with transparency requirements and deactivation procedures.
2024 Regular Session
Labor & Employment
Transportation & Motor Vehicles
Bill Summary

The bill requires a transportation network company (TNC) operating in the state to provide various disclosures to the TNC's drivers regarding payments that a consumer makes to the TNC and the amount that the TNC then pays to a driver.

On or before May 1, 2025, a TNC is required to develop a driver deactivation policy describing the TNC's procedures for deactivating a driver from the TNC's digital platform.

The TNC is required to disclose to drivers its driver deactivation policy.

On a semiannual basis commencing August 1, 2026, a TNC is required to disclose to the division of labor standards and statistics (division) in the department of labor and employment information regarding transportation tasks completed and any deactivations of drivers during the previous reporting period.

The division may impose fines against a TNC for violations of the bill. A person aggrieved by a TNC's violation of the bill may file a civil suit against the TNC seeking damages or injunctive relief.

The director of the division may adopt rules to implement the bill.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)


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Bill Text


Sponsor Type Legislators
Prime Sponsor

Sen. K. Priola, Sen. R. Rodriguez
Rep. J. Bacon



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