“Existing taxi service” means any public passenger transportation service which (1) is not subject to the
jurisdiction, control, and regulation of the Public Utilities Commission, (2) is available
for hire on an exclusive or shared-ride basis, (3) is on call or demand over the public
streets within the county in a motor vehicle of distinctive color or insignia equipped
with a taximeter which is demand activated and operated by a licensed driver at the
direction of passengers, and (4) was operating on January 1, 1974.
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