The Division of Public Utilities and Carriers is weighing a $40 minimum charge to start in November but was suspended after an outcry.
The group outlined a four-pronged strategy to counter the rise of rogue apps.
Two relatively new associations are hosting separate events in New York City and Atlanta for operators nationwide.
The leading East Coast industry group also stopped a measure requiring chauffeurs to identify prostitutes.
After making strides through the legislative process in 2011, the LANJ-backed measure has to go to the back of the line.
The New Jersey group is helping operators figure out if their insurance policies comply with a New York rule on personal injury protection.
With the help of law firm Windels Marx and partner Matt Daus, operators in the busiest region will pursue common interests.
LCT ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The former NYTLC Commissioner talks about his challenges and the future of ground transportation regulations.
A breakthrough on stopping unlawful enforcement of tinted window rules may be at hand.
The executive director of the Limousine Associations of New Jersey returns to Washington, D.C. as a lobbyist on behalf of regulators.
The tinted window police can’t seem to resist the allure of darkened limousine windows, as they repeatedly cite New Jersey operators.
Matthew Daus - Commissioner of New York City's Taxi & Limousine Commission
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