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Chauffeur ID Badge Program Piloted at Newark Airport

LCT Staff
Posted on May 17, 2006

NEWARK, N.J. — The New York-New Jersey Port Authority and Continental Airlines, working closely with the Limousine Associations of New Jersey (LANJ), are conducting a three-month pilot program for chauffeur pick-ups at Terminal C of Newark Liberty International Airport. The test includes the designation of three waiting areas – two domestic and one international – for all chauffeurs picking up passengers in the terminal and the requirement for New Jersey livery drivers to wear special ID badges that are subject to inspection by undercover and uniformed officers.

Signage for arriving passengers indicates the pick-up areas. If the pilot program is deemed successful, all livery drivers from the surrounding states will need ID badges and designated chauffeur waiting areas will be installed at the airport’s other terminals.

Source: NLA

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