Transportation Carrier Mandated Reports

Quarterly and Annual (PUCTRA) Fee Statement Forms

Pursuant to the Public Utilities Code Section 421(a), the commission shall annually determine a fee to be paid by every passenger stage corporation, charter-party carrier of passengers, pipeline corporation, for-hire vessel operator, common carrier vessel operator, railroad corporation, and commercial air operator, and every other common carrier and related business subject to the jurisdiction of the commission.

Effective January 1, 2019, Resolution M-4838 revises the PUCTRA user fees provided in Public Utilities Code Section 421 as follows:

Passenger Vehicle Operators:

Charter Party Carriers, including Transportation Network Companies and Passenger Stage Corporations  

0.0000 (0%) of gross revenue plus $10 quarterly fee or $25 annual fee.

Vessel Operators:  

Common Carrier Vessel Operator

0.0033 of gross revenue plus minimum $10 quarterly fee or $25 annual fee


Request for Change of PUCTRA Reporting Status

If you are currently reporting your PUCTRA fees quarterly AND your reported annual gross revenue for the previous year was less than $100,000, you may request to switch to report Annually by completing a PL 707: Request for Change of PUCTRA Reporting Status form. Requests will be granted upon verification of quarterly gross revenue reported for the previous year. 

Helpful Tips:

  • Please make sure that you write your carrier ID number on the form (PSC, TCP, VCC). 
  • If you are paying with a check it would also be helpful to indicate the ID# and period you are paying.
  • Make a copy for your records.

Instructions

PUCTRA Worksheet Calculator

PUCTRA Individual Fee Statements – Passenger Carrier (TCP, PSC, TNC)

PUCTRA Fee Statements – Vessel Common Carrier (VCC)

Mail PUCTRA statements with payment to:

California Public Utilities Commission
Fiscal Office
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298

If you need information on paying your quarterly or annual fees, contact the Fiscal office at cashiering@cpuc.ca.gov.

Workers' Compensation Reports

Pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 5374.6, every charter-party carrier earning over three hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000) in annual gross operating revenue shall, under oath, file annually a report indicating the number, classification, and compensation of all employees and owner-operator drivers hired or engaged during the reporting period. The commission shall submit a copy of the report to the administrator of the carrier’s workers’ compensation self-insurance plan if the carrier is self-insured, or to the carrier’s workers’ compensation insurer if the carrier’s workers’ compensation protection is provided by a policy or policies of insurance.

Mail Workers' Compensation Reports to:

California Public Utilities Commission
Transportation Licensing
505 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102-3298

or email your completed Worker's Compensation Report to licensing@cpuc.ca.gov

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