601 Kar 1:065. Time Schedules

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/601/001/065.htm
Published: 2015

      601 KAR 1:065.

Time schedules.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

Chapter 281

      STATUTORY

AUTHORITY: KRS 281.600, 281.610

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 281.695 authorizes the Transportation Cabinet to

regulate operating schedules of common carriers of persons so as to insure

adequate and convenient transportation services. This administrative regulation

is to assure uniformity for filing and maintaining adequate time schedules of

all intrastate common carriers of persons.

 

      Section 1.

Filing. Every common carrier of persons authorized to operate in intrastate

commerce in Kentucky shall publish and keep on file in duplicate with the

cabinet at all times, time schedules prepared in accordance with 601 KAR 1:065.

Such time schedules may be typewritten, printers' proofs, an approved system

time schedule, or legibly printed in ink on paper of good quality, or may

consist of clippings from printed time tables posted and mounted securely on

bond paper. If an operation is divided into divisions, a schedule shall be prepared

for each division. At least one (1) copy of all time schedules for all

carriers, except city and suburban bus operators, shall be easily accessible

for public inspection in each station or place of regular stop. Each city and

suburban bus operator shall maintain at least one (1) copy of all time

schedules at the terminal or principal place of business, such copy to be

easily accessible for public inspection.

 

      Section 2.

Change in Schedules. All changes in any schedule shall be shown by the filing

of a new schedule or supplement thereto in accordance with the requirements

herein, and shall be accompanied by an affidavit to the effect that the notice

required by 601 KAR 1:070 has been met. If no protest filed pursuant to 601 KAR

1:030 is received, and the cabinet is of the opinion that the proposed time

schedule is reasonable, it shall become effective without a hearing on the

proposed effective date. If a protest is filed and the cabinet deems if

necessary, the proposed schedule shall be permitted to become effective, or the

cabinet may, on its own motion, suspend the proposed schedule and call a

hearing to determine the reasonableness of same.

 

      Section 3.

Notice of Receipt. A duplicate of the time schedule or a letter of transmittal

shall be stamped: "Received, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, date and

time," and returned immediately to the carrier as his authorization to

effect time schedule changes if the cabinet does not, three (3) days prior to

the effective date, elect to suspend a portion or portions of the changes.

 

      Section 4. Form

and Contents. (1) Each schedule shall be numbered in the upper right or left

hand corner preceded by the letters "KYTD Schedule." The numbers

shall run consecutively beginning with the next consecutive numbers in the existing

series, or if no schedule has been previously filed, beginning with number 1;

      (2) When

schedules are issued cancelling previously issued schedules, the KYTD Schedule

number or numbers being cancelled shall also be shown;

      (3) Name of

carrier (if carrier is not a corporation, and a trade name is used, the name of

the individual or partnership must precede the trade name);

      (4) The termini

and points between which the schedule applies, briefly stated;

      (5) Date issued

and date effective;

      (6) Name, title

and address of the official issuing the schedule;

      (7) Time of

arrival at and departure from all termini and intermediate points; and

      (8) The distance

between the point of origin and all points shown in the schedule.

      (9) A sample

time schedule is filed herein by reference, and may be obtained from the

Department of Vehicle Regulation, State Office Building, Frankfort, Kentucky

40622 (DMT-7; 1 Ky.R. 787; eff. 5-14-75.)
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