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Taxi and Limousine Advisory Committee (TLAC)

The Taxi and Limousine Advisory Committee (TLAC) is an advisory committee to City Council. The committee was established to provide advice and recommendations on the taxi and limousine industry in Calgary.

TLAC and City Council

The Taxi and Limousine Advisory Committee reviews all taxi industry recommendations made by City of Calgary Administration before City Council is presented with them. TLAC also makes recommendations to City Council related to potential changes to our taxi industry. This includes recommendations on the number of taxi plates on our roads, fares, and fees for the taxi industry, and recommendations related to allowing new market entrants to operate in our city.

Who sits on TLAC?

The Taxi and Limousine Advisory Committee (TLAC) is composed of individuals from many different groups in our city.

TLAC Subcommittees

TLAC is looking for interested citizens to provide feedback and ideas in the areas of Communication and Engagement, Customer Satisfaction Survey, and Plate Utilization.

For our TLAC terms of reference please see below:

TLAC Communications and Engagement Subcommittee

TLAC Customer Satisfaction Survey Subcommittee

TLAC Plate Utilization Subcommittee

How can you apply to become a TLAC Subcommittee member?

Apply with a resume to


TLAC regularly meets on the last Friday of each month at 10 a.m. at the Engineering Traditions Committee Room, First Floor Historic City Hall, 700 Macleod Trail SE Calgary.

The TLAC meeting agendas and minutes and TLAC Subcommittee meeting agendas and minutes are available online and are also available to the public at the Livery Transport Services office by noon on the Monday before the meeting date.

For information on how to make a submission to TLAC, please see TLAC submission procedures.

TLAC Terms of Reference

If you are looking for more detailed information on TLAC and how the committee operates please visit our TLAC Terms of Reference.