Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm-Beach County (tri-county) are currently working to implement a special temporary permits program for Super Bowl LIV. The program is described below. PLEASE NOTE - THIS PROGRAM WILL NOT BE ACTIVE UNTIL AND UNLESS APPROVED BY EACH COUNTY. Currently, formal approval of this program is anticipated on December 3, 2019. The approval, once obtained, will be announced on this page.
Special temporary permits will:
- Only be valid between January 26, 2020 and February 9, 2020,
- Only be issued to currently permitted motor carriers,
- Cost $100,
- Be valid in all three counties,
- Be issued for the following motor vehicle types: Luxury sedans, Luxury limousines, and Transport vans, including SUVs, limousines and sedans,
- Be valid for airports pickups and drop-offs following the self-reporting requirements from the applicable airport, and
- Be subject to each county’s regulatory requirements on vehicle standards, and standards of conduct
Special temporary permits will not be valid for Ports.
Drivers operating with temporary special permits:
- Must possess a chauffeur registration or driver ID badge issued from one of the three counties, or
- Have been certified by the permit holder in accordance with self-certification requirements of the county issuing the special temporary permit
Help Stop Human Trafficking
In support of an NFL initiative to stop human trafficking, we are asking vehicle for hire drivers to become familiar with the signs of human trafficking
and to know how to report suspicious activity. Please visit the websites listed below for a full list of human trafficking indicators and for ways of
reporting suspicious activity. Also below is a link to a trifold card (kindly provided by Palm Beach County) designed to give drivers a convenient,
on-the-road resource for recognizing and reporting human trafficking.
If you are unfamiliar with this tragedy, human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery, in which human beings are controlled and exploited for profit.
It is the fastest growing and second largest criminal industry in the world with an estimated 40 million victims worldwide. Being aware of human trafficking indicators is the first step in making a difference in the lives of those who may be entrapped.
Links to Human Trafficking Websites