Central Dispatch Facility

Central dispatch facilities are defined under Article 6-F of the Executive Law -- Businesses that dispatch "black car operators" to pick up and discharge passengers in New York State — must become members of a not-for-profit corporation to be known as the New York Black Car Operators' Injury Compensation Fund, Inc. (Fund). The purpose of the Fund is to administer payment of workers' compensation to black car operators who are registered owners of a for-hire vehicle or a driver designated by such a registered owner to operate his/her for-hire vehicle and who is dispatched by a central dispatch facility. | Central dispatch facilities that are subject to any local licensing authority (e.g., NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission) must submit to that authority evidence of their membership in the Fund and Registration with the Department of State as a condition for obtaining or renewing their license with the local licensing authority. It is the responsibility of licensees to understand the Central Dispatch Facility License Law.

License Requirements

Fees and terms of registration

Forms:

Frequently Asked Questions


LICENSE LAW —  pdf It is the responsibility of licensees to understand the Central Dispatch Facility License Law.