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2017 Medallion Taxicab Annual Informational Filing


Attached (TX-1 Medallion CPC Renewal Form FY 2017) is the Medallion Taxicab Certificate Annual Information Filing Form “Medallion Renewal TX-1” for the 2017 Fiscal Year that must be filed by all medallion taxicab certificate holders no later than February 15, 2016.

The Medallion Taxicab Certificate Annual Information Filing TX-1 form must be completely filled out or it will not be accepted for submission. For example, if only one person holds the office of President, Secretary, and Treasurer, that person’s information must be provided in all three places on the application. In addition, if a Certificate Holder does not know its CPC number, please request this information by e-mailing the Administration Department at, and it will be provided to you.

As you are already aware, in addition to all other information outlined in this form, you are also required to file the following documentation at the same time as the TX-1 submission. Once again, incomplete filings will not be accepted.

1.) A copy of a state-issued photo ID for each person listed in the application.

2.) A Certified state-issued Criminal History Report-issued within 30 days of filing the application-from every state in which each shareholder, officer, member, key employee or anyone else with controlling interest has resided within the last 5 years.

Information for obtaining a certified state-issued criminal history report from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware is as follows (for all other states, please consult with its respective state police agency):

NJ: (*please note for NJ fingerprint requests, you are to choose a “Personal Request” and you will submit the results to the PPA directly upon receipt)

Please note that the annual information filing process includes a thorough review of ensuring that all certificate holders are in compliance with payment of outstanding fines, fees, penalties, and other payments due to the Authority, along with remaining current on the payment of parking violations. Additionally, the review will also include verifying that each person with controlling interest, shareholder, corporate officer, member, director, and key employee does not have any outstanding fines, fees, and/or penalties, and is remaining current on the payment of parking and moving violations, unless the violation is under appeal.

A signed 2017 Medallion Taxicab Certificate Annual Information Filing TX-1 Form along with all required supporting documentation may be filed electronically to, or in person or via mail to:

Taxicab & Limousine Division
ATTN: Manager of Administration
2415 S. Swanson Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148

After the TLD has completed reviewing the filing, the Certificate Holder will be contacted via e-mail at the address listed on the form with regards to whether any additional information is needed. All outstanding issues must be completed within 30 days of the date of that notice. Failure to comply with the annual information filing requirements may result in an investigation by the TLD Enforcement Department.

In conclusion, if you have any questions or require assistance with the medallion annual information filing process, please do not hesitate to contact us at Thank you very much for your continued cooperation.
Michael P. McIlmail, Esq.
Deputy Manager of Administration
Taxicab & Limousine Division
Philadelphia Parking Authority
Phone: 215.683.9637
Fax: 215.683.9437

Final-Form Rulemaking Order 126-12 Philadelphia Taxicab Safety Cameras (Transmission Requirement)

Notice to All Interested Parties:

Please see the attached Final-Form Rulemaking Order below issued by the Philadelphia Parking Authority at its regular meeting today, November 24, 2015 at Docket No. 126-12 concerning the removal of the taxicab safety camera image transmission requirement. This regulation was proposed by the Authority at this docket number on June 25, 2015, the public comment period concluded on October 19, 2015 and, after review, the Independent Regulatory Review Commission (“IRRC”) did not have any comments, objections or recommendations to offer on the proposed rulemaking. This final-form regulation will proceed to the Legislative standing committees and IRRC for consideration.

126-12 Taxicab Safety Cameras (Transmission) Final Form Order 11.24.15

James R. Ney, Director
Taxicab & Limousine Division
Philadelphia Parking Authority
2415 S. Swanson Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
T 215-683-9417
F 215-683-9437