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LVMC 10.26.020 Defrauding taxicabs.
It shall be unlawful for any person to refuse to pay the legal fare of any taxicab after hiring the same, and it shall be unlawful for any person to hire any taxicab with the intent to defraud the person from whom the same is hired of the value of such services.
LVMC 11.60.040 Taxi stopping, standing or parking.
The operator of a taxicab shall not stand or park such vehicle upon any street at any place other than in a taxicab stand so designated as provided herein. This provision shall not prevent the operator of a taxicab from temporarily stopping in accordance with other stopping or parking regulations at any place for the purpose of and while actually engaged in the expeditious loading or unloading of passengers.
LVMC 11.60.050 Taxistands -- Use required.
It is unlawful for any person to park a vehicle, as herein defined, for the purpose of seeking or awaiting employment in any place upon the streets in the City, other than at stands designated therefor, as herein provided, and marked by appropriate signs and curb painting by the Traffic Engineer.
The Traffic Engineer shall, upon the order of the City Manager, establish such stands in such places on the streets and in such number as the City Manager shall determine to be of the greatest benefit and convenience to the public; provided, however, that such stands shall not exceed in length four vehicles spaces along any block face, and provided further that not more than two cabs from any one cab company may occupy such spaces at the same time, and, in the event only two vehicle spaces are adjacent to one another in any such stands, no two cabs from any one cab company may occupy such stand at the same time. All stands as herein provided shall be so-called "open stands," meaning that no given cab company shall have any superior right to occupy any particular stand over any other cab company.
CCC 12.33.010 Disorderly conduct.
It is unlawful for any person to engage in any of the following acts of disorderly conduct: Participate in a fight; Challenge another person to fight; Use profane, indecent or obscene language in addressing another person; Commit a breach of the peace; Incite a disturbance; Interfere with, annoy, accost or harass any other person which conduct by its nature would tend to incite a disturbance.
CCC 15.16.010 Items left in taxicabs.
B. REPORT OF ITEMS FOUND. All taxicab drivers shall make immediate report to the offices of their employers on the finding any any package, article, baggage, or goods of any kind, left in the taxicabs of which they are in charge, and as soon as possible thereafter, turn any such item so found over to their employers, who in turn shall report the same to the Las Vegas metropolitan police department. The employees of said taxicab drivers shall retain possession of said property in safe keeping to be disposed of pursuant to applicable law.
C. REPORT ON FILE WITH THE LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT. The Las Vegas metropolitan police department shall keep a report in their files of all items left in cabs.
CCC 20.08.010 Traffic regulations -- Vehicular movement generally:
A. The “Rules of the Road” set forth in Chapter 484 of the Nevada Revised Statutes at NRS 484.251, et seq., as amended, and Title 14 of this code shall be applicable to and shall govern motor vehicle operation upon the real property known as McCarran International Airport or upon other county airports as if the roadways were dedicated and considered highways under said statutes and Title 14 except as otherwise provided by those regulations set forth in or promulgated pursuant to this chapter. It is the duty of the police officers to enforce all traffic regulations and of the police officers and parking enforcement officers, and officers of the Taxicab Authority (as defined in NRS 706.8821(3)) to enforce all nonmoving traffic regulation governing the airport. The above-referenced officers may order the immobilization or towing and/or impoundment of any vehicle found to be in violation of any of the traffic regulations as permitted by law or any vehicle found on airport property which has outstanding fines due to judgments obtained upon previous violations.
B. The director of aviation is authorized to issue operating directives to create various parking, no-parking, or loading and unloading zones at the airport which may be based upon vehicle size, type or purpose. The director of aviation is also authorized to establish time limits and color codes for curb painting, if applicable, for all such zones. All parking, no-parking, loading and unloading zones shall be designated by standing signs and/or by paint upon the curb, the forms and colors of which shall be set forth by operating directive, in order to be visible to the general public. If a roadway does not have curbing, standing signs shall suffice. Parking meters may be used in lieu of said standing signs and paint.
CCC 20.08.020 Parking--General.
A. No person shall cause, allow, permit or suffer any vehicle to be parked in any restricted location, as set forth in this chapter or in any operating directive, or in any zone designated as a “No-parking zone,” or in any location designated as a “No-stopping lane,” or in any space or area not designated by the director of aviation for that particular vehicle.
B. No person shall cause, allow, permit or suffer any vehicle operated or parked by any person to be parked beyond the period of legal time purchased with the deposit of the specified coin or coins in a parking zone controlled by a parking meter; or to fail to pay or to deposit with the attendant at the public parking lot exits the sum required by this section to be remitted for parking privileges at the airport unless that person's parking voucher or stub has been validated by the director of aviation or his designee; or to be parked in any space controlled by a parking meter.
C. No person other than a person in a vehicle displaying a special handicapped license plate or parking permit issued pursuant to NRS 482.384 or 482.3845 or an officially recognized emblem issued by the state of Nevada or another jurisdiction indicating that the driver or a passenger in the vehicle is eligible shall stop or park a motor vehicle in any space where signs are posted or curbing is painted limiting parking to handicapped only. An operator of a vehicle displaying a handicapped parking permit, special plates or official emblem may park in any authorized parking space on the airport roadway system for a period not to exceed four hours. This section does not authorize the parking of such vehicles in the airport public parking lot without paying the required fee for the time during which the vehicle is so parked. Vehicles found in violation of this subsection may be cited by notice of infraction and may, in addition, be towed and/or impounded, at the owner's sole cost and expense.
CCC 20.08.030 Parking--Loading and unloading of vehicles at airport.
A. No person shall park, stop or drive a vehicle for the purpose of loading or unloading a passenger or passengers or cargo at the airport unless:
B. No person shall park or stop a vehicle while awaiting ingress to the area designated for the loading or unloading of passengers and/or cargo therein except in the holding/staging lanes which may be designated and posted for such purpose.
C. No person shall park or stop a vehicle for the purpose of picking up and/or discharging passenger(s) desiring access to the airport except in the areas so designated for that type of vehicle and for that purpose, except that the stopping of a vehicle for such purpose may be authorized by the director of aviation by written operating directive in an area if the vehicle is immediately adjacent to another vehicle which is legally stopped at a curb which has been designated for the picking up and/or discharge of passenger(s). In no instance shall a vehicle stop in any travel lane to either discharge or pick up a passenger(s) or cargo. Diagonal parking is not permitted across designated lane markings.
D. No person shall leave a vehicle unattended in any area upon the airport unless the vehicle is in an area designated by the director of aviation for parking and leaving the vehicle. The vehicle may only be parked in the area for the posted time period.
E. No person shall leave a vehicle running when parked in an area where vehicle shut-off signs are posted.
Solicitation of fares by vehicle operators, skycaps or any airport tenant representative, or any other individual without the written permission of the board of county commissioners or the director of aviation is prohibited. “Solicitation of fares” means asking, inviting or inducing persons by voice or action, other than those persons holding prearranged, bona fide, reservations or those to whom taxicabs have been duly dispatched by the supervising taxicab authority or by a certified taxicab company, if they desire transportation. The violation of this regulation shall be a misdemeanor.
NAC 706.365 Denial of service; passengers; change of route. (NRS 706.171)
NAC 706.376 Drivers: Standards of conduct. (NRS 706.171, 706.173, 706.475)
During his shift, a driver of a taxicab:
NAC 706.3762 Drivers: Use of taxicab for crime. (NRS 706.171, 706.475)
A driver of a taxicab shall not willfully, knowingly or intentionally use his taxicab or his employment to facilitate the commission of a crime, or allow the use of his taxicab by another person as a means of facilitating the commission of a crime.
NAC 706.483 Accidents.
Whenever a taxicab is involved in an accident, the authority must be notified immediately and the cab inspected by the authority or its designee.
NAC 706.531 Drivers: Display of permits.
NAC 706.534 Drivers: Failure to possess valid permit.
NAC 706.543 Drivers: Standards of conduct. (NRS 706.8818)
During a driver’s period of duty, he shall, in addition to the requirements of NRS 706.8845:
NAC 706.550 Drivers: Provision of receipt to passenger. (NRS 706.8818)
NAC 706.551 Drivers: Search of vehicle after trip; disposition of property found. (NRS 706.8818)
Each driver shall conduct a search of the interior of his taxicab at the termination of each trip. If the driver discovers any property of a passenger in the taxicab, the driver shall immediately report the property discovered to his employer and, as soon as practicable, deliver the property to his employer. The employer shall maintain the property in his possession and dispose of the property in the manner provided by law.
NAC 706.552 Drivers: Prohibited and required acts. (NRS 706.8818)
A taxicab driver shall, in addition to the requirements of NRS 706.8849:
NAC 706.555 Drivers: Use of taxicab for crime.
A taxicab driver must not willfully, knowingly or intentionally use his taxicab, or his employment to facilitate the commission of a crime, or permit the use of his taxicab by another, as a means of facilitating the commission of a crime.