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Third-Party Food Delivery Service

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Rule status: Adopted

Agency: DCWP

Effective date: April 26, 2024

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Adopted Rule Full Text

Adopted rule summary:

The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection is amending its rules to clarify the licensing requirement for third-party food delivery services.

Comments are now closed.

Online comments: 4

  • Nancy Sheran

    If a restaurant is temporarily offering delivery only, are they required to apply for a license?

    Comment added January 12, 2024 9:39am
  • Require 3rd Party Delivery Apps to Insure Gig Delivery Men

    How many times do we, New Yorkers, need to be hit -to be terrorized-to be maimed by scofflaw e-bike & moped drivers who remain unlicensed and unaccountable?
    It’s flagrant malfeasance that the NYC Administration and the City Council do not feel any obligation to protect pedestrians in constant harm’s way.
    It’s incumbent on the alleged stewards of our safety to step up and demand that without licenses, without registration, without insurance to protect all New York City constituents, they will not get renewed authority to do business here.

    Comment added January 12, 2024 1:09pm
  • Yoav

    What a complelty vague rule proposal. How is anyone even supposed to understand what this proposition is for?

    Comment added January 12, 2024 2:16pm
  • Marc Garnier

    We are overrun by delivery people. On my residential block there used to be 4-5 guys doing their work. Since last year some days it runs up to 20 guys most of their vehicles do not have licence plates most of them do not have drivers licences and they drive and park on the sidewalk !

    Comment added January 24, 2024 11:37am