Add New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission to the list of powerful groups investigating Uber for allegedly spying on its users.The commission, which regulates Uber, is “looking into allegations” that the mobile car-hailing app violated users’ privacy by tracking them without their permission.“We’re looking into the allegations,” TLC spokesman Allan Fromberg told The Post.Uber came under fire this week following several reports that it snooped on riders, including Buzzfeed reporter and entrepreneur Peter Sims.The spying scandal also prompted a probe from Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), chairman of the Senate subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law.TLC Commissioner Meera Joshi was called on the carpet this week for shrugging off Uber’s alleged misdeeds.

“Growing pains,” Joshi said in dismissing the scandal, according to Crain’s Business News.

“We are surprised both at that cavalier comment and the commissioner’s attitude toward a licensee dealing with the public,” Tweeps Phillips, executive director of Committee for Taxi Safety, wrote in a letter to Joshi on Thursday.

“The Taxi and Limousine Commission has a duty to protect the riding public from unsavory businesses and their shady practices,” added Phillips, whose organization represents about 20 percent of the city’s yellow-cab business.

Phillips also asked for the TLC to suspend Uber’s operations “until the riding public can be assured that their privacy and data are safe.