January 18, 2019
Improvement Surcharge amounts owed for the third quarter of 2018 are now available on TLC’s License Applications, Renewals & Summonses system (LARS).
The Improvement Surcharge amounts owed are for trips completed between July 1 and September 30, 2018.
To view and pay the amount you owe, please visit LARS at: https://www1.nyc.gov/lars.
The timeline for payment of the third quarter Improvement Surcharge is as follows:
For Taxicab Improvement Fund related issues:
For Street Hail Livery Improvement Fund related issues:
Failure to submit full payment will result in fines and/or possible suspension of your license.
February 6, 2019
TLC UP has been expanded to include the new online "License Snapshot" feature that gives all licensees a real time view of their license status. Please note, the TLC’s lists of Current Licensees will remain the official record of current licenses.
In addition to TLC UP’s document upload and application status features, licensees can now access the following features:
Licensees can use these new features by visiting www.nyc.gov/tlcup and logging in with their license number, last five digits of their Social Security Number or Employer Identification Number, and mailing ZIP code.
If you need assistance or have questions about License Snapshot, please email email@example.com.
"The NYC Open Data portal is a powerful tool that ensures transparency and fosters civic innovation within our City to help improve the quality of life for all New Yorkers."
"Since the announcement of Open Data for All in July 2015, the de Blasio administration has been unrelenting in its efforts to put data in the hands of more New Yorkers."
Our mission: open data for all
Open Data is an opportunity to engage New Yorkers in the information that is produced and used by City government. We believe that every New Yorker can benefit from Open Data, and Open Data can benefit from every New Yorker.
Who we are
The Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics (MODA) and the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) partner to form the Open Data team. As a hub of analytics in the City, MODA advocates for the use of Open Data in citywide data analytics and in the community. DoITT manages the technical operations with City agencies and our vendor partner Socrata, ensuring that technological capabilities are always evolving to better meet user needs. Agencies are the data owners and have Open Data Coordinators who serve as the primary point of contact with the Open Data team.
These three entities, along with the City Council, advocates, and the civic tech community, work together to achieve Open Data for All. We want to especially thank all of our partners in the civic tech community for your ongoing support – we could not do this without you.
For an overview of Open Data for All go to: https://opendata.cityofnewyork.us/overview/