20.95.01.19

.19 Prohibited Conduct.

A. A Transportation Network Company, Transportation Network Operator, or an owner of a motor vehicle used in the transportation of a person for hire, which is not licensed as a taxicab by a county or by the Commission, may not:

(1) Paint, identify, or letter the motor vehicle to resemble the distinctive color scheme or markings of a taxicab;

(2) Equip the motor vehicle with a dome light or taxi meter;

(3) Advertise the use of a motor vehicle as a taxicab service;

(4) Dispatch a motor vehicle to pick up a customer calling for a taxicab; or

(5) Accept or dispatch a motor vehicle from a telephone number identified or advertised as providing taxicab service.

B. An owner of a motor vehicle may not permit or direct an operator of a motor vehicle in the transportation of a person for hire to:

(1) Pick up an individual hailing the motor vehicle from the street;

(2) Discharge an individual at random except at the request of the individual;

(3) Solicit an individual at a public or private taxicab stand or at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport; or

(4) Solicit an individual on the street.

C. A Transportation Network Company may not permit or direct a Transportation Network Operator to:

(1) Pick up an individual hailing the motor vehicle from the street or through any means other than the digital platform used by the Transportation Network Company;

(2) Discharge an individual at random except at the request of the individual;

(3) Solicit an individual at a public or private taxicab stand or at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport; or

(4) Solicit an individual on the street.

D. A permit issued by the Public Service Commission does not convey authority to operate on the property of Baltimore /Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.