T-11.2 - Act respecting remunerated passenger transportation by automobile

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21. The Minister recognizes a real-time geolocation device if it transmits the following data at intervals of not more than five seconds and in accordance with the other conditions prescribed by government regulation:
(1)  data making it possible to
(a)  locate the automobile being used to offer remunerated passenger transportation and track its position;
(b)  identify the automobile equipped with the device; and
(c)  determine whether the automobile equipped with the device is being used to offer remunerated passenger transportation and, if so, whether it is providing a trip; and
(2)  any other data prescribed by government regulation.
The conditions referred to in the first paragraph must ensure that passengers remain anonymous; in particular, the places where the trips start and end must be indicated at a point situated 50 metres from those places or at the closest intersection, whichever is closest.
The Minister publishes a list of the geolocation devices the Minister recognizes on the Minister’s department’s website.
2019, c. 182019, c. 18, s. 21.
In force: 2020-10-10
21. The Minister recognizes a real-time geolocation device if it transmits the following data at intervals of not more than five seconds and in accordance with the other conditions prescribed by government regulation:
(1)  data making it possible to
(a)  locate the automobile being used to offer remunerated passenger transportation and track its position;
(b)  identify the automobile equipped with the device; and
(c)  determine whether the automobile equipped with the device is being used to offer remunerated passenger transportation and, if so, whether it is providing a trip; and
(2)  any other data prescribed by government regulation.
The conditions referred to in the first paragraph must ensure that passengers remain anonymous; in particular, the places where the trips start and end must be indicated at a point situated 50 metres from those places or at the closest intersection, whichever is closest.
The Minister publishes a list of the geolocation devices the Minister recognizes on the Minister’s department’s website.
2019, c. 182019, c. 18, s. 21.