Nevada Energy; Public Utilities and Similar Entities
Sec. § 706.165
Authority required to authorize use in certain larger counties of certain technology by holder of certificate of public convenience and necessity; regulations by Authority.


1.

In a county whose population is 700,000 or more, upon application by a holder of a certificate of public convenience and necessity, the Authority shall authorize the certificate holder to use the computerized real-time data system for the purposes of offering cooperative dispatch and electronic hailing services to the public.

2.

If two or more holders of a certificate of convenience and public necessity apply to the Authority to use the computerized real-time data system for the purposes set forth in subsection 1, the Authority must establish, by regulation or order, rules providing for the use of the computerized real-time data system by two or more holders of a certificate of convenience and public necessity for the purposes set forth in subsection 1.

3.

The Authority shall:

(a)

Authorize the holders of a certificate of public convenience and necessity who are authorized to use the computerized real-time data system for the purposes set forth in subsection 1 to impose a reasonable charge for the use of the computerized real-time data system by a passenger. The charge:

(1)

Must be separate from any other rate, fare or charge for service;

(2)

Is not required to be uniform within a county; and

(3)

May be assessed in accordance with a schedule of charges based upon factors approved by the Authority.

(b)

Establish, by regulation or order, requirements for the publication by holders of a certificate of public convenience and necessity of the charge or the schedule of charges for the use by a passenger of the computerized real-time data system for the purposes set forth in subsection 1.

4.

As used in this section, “computerized real-time data system” means the computerized real-time data system implemented by the Authority pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 706.1516.
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