SALT LAKE CITY DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN OPERATIONS AND STAGING FOR ON DEMAND SERVICE AT THE AIRPORT
Beginning Monday, June 15, 2015, the parking area located next to the airport employee parking lot, which has been used for overflow staging of on demand ground transportation vehicles will be closed. As of this date, no overflow staging will be allowed on the airport property, except when notice is provided by the airport for identified irregular operations, such as large conventions.
As a reminder, all ground transportation operators who use the curbside ground transportation stand to provide on demand services at the Airport must operate under guidelines previously transmitted in correspondence sent via e-mail on February 12, 2015.
It is also important to note that Airport Rules and Regulations limit staging time on Airport Property for ground transportation vehicles, EXCEPT for the 25 vehicles staging in the queue that are waiting to be called to the curbside ground transportation stands at each terminal.
We strongly encourage ground transportation providers to actively seek and provide ground transportation services downtown, including hotels and other transportation points in the City, as well as at the Airport. It is not in the best interest of passengers, the Airport/City, or ground transportation providers for ground transportation providers to stage for excessively long periods of time at or near the Airport.
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Providing Ground Transportation in Salt Lake City
These requirements are applicable to all persons and companies providing commercial ground transportation services in Salt Lake City, including without limitation transportation networking companies and their drivers or partners.
This guide is for general information purposes only. It is important you understand the specific requirements of Salt Lake City Ground Transportation's Ordinances and Ground Transportation's Rules and Regulations. All forms, Ordinances, and Rules and Regulations are linked below:
Ground Transportation Ordinance 66 of 2014, 5.71
Ground Transportation Ordinance 67 of 2014, 5.72
Ground Transportation Ordinance 68 of 2014, 16.60
Ground Transportation Rules and Regulations
Ground Transportation Insurance Checklist
- To begin the process of registering a new ground transportation company for operations within Salt Lake City, you must first register your company name with the Utah State Department of Commerce.
Once this step is completed, you must secure a Salt Lake City Business License for providing Ground Transportation Service.
Next, you must register your company with the Salt Lake City Department of Airports Ground Transportation Administration Office.
A. Business Registration - You will need to complete a "Ground Transportation Registration Form" and provide it, along with your documentation from the Utah Department of Commerce and Salt Lake City Business Licensing. These documents may be emailed to SLCAirportGT@slcgov.com, faxed to 801-908-7220, mailed to or brought into the Salt Lake City Department of Airports Ground Transportation Administration Office. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (closed 12:00-1:00 and holidays).
Mailing address and office location:
Salt Lake City Department of Airports
Ground Transportation Administration
218 North 2200 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
B. Vehicle registration and inspection - You must register with the Ground Transportation Administration Office all vehicles that will be operating in Salt Lake City. You must obtain an appointment for each vehicle that you need to register. Appointments can be made through an email request at SLCAirportGT@slcgov.com, or by calling the office at 801-908-7204 or 801-908-7205. Bring with you all required documents for review and verification, including:
State registration and licensing documents
Vehicle Insurance: (see checklist)
Certificate of Liability for Insurance in the amounts required by Salt Lake City Ordinance. Vehicles with a seating capacity 1-15 passengers must have a minimum automobile liability insurance amount of $1.5 million.
Vehicles with a passenger seating capacity of 16 or above must have a minimum automobile liability insurance amount of $5 million.
All policies must name Salt Lake City Corporation as an additional insured.
Current Salt Lake County Vehicle Emissions Inspection.
Vehicles will be inspected by the Ground Transportation Administration Office to assure compliance with the Rules and Regulations associated with Salt Lake City Ordinance 5.71.150.
Ground transportation comments:
(801) 575-2730 or email@example.com