Transport for NSW’s response to IPART's Final Report and Recommendations on Taxi Fares in NSW from July 2012
IPART's role in regulating rural and regional bus fares is to recommend to the Minister for Transport changes to the maximum fares bus operators can charge for regular passenger services for fare-paying passengers in rural and regional NSW.
The Tribunal has determined that most standard ticket fares increase on average by 2.9 per cent before rounding, and that the off-peak discount may be reduced from an average of 39 to around 30 per cent.
This final report outlines our findings and recommendations on taxi fares for areas outside Sydney to apply from July 2015
Sets out IPART's annual determination of the fare for the Stockton (Newcastle) Ferry - fares for this service will not change in 2011.
IPART has determined that CityRail’s fares will increase by a weighted average of 5.9 per cent from 11 November 2007. The fare increases determined by IPART are consistent with those proposed by RailCorp.
Sets out IPART's decision on bus fares for the Sydney metropolitan area and for outer metropolitan areas including Newcastle, Wollongong, Central Coast, Hunter Valley and the Blue Mountains. The new fares will apply from 4 January 2009
Sets out IPART's annual determination of the fare for the Stockton (Newcastle) Ferry - the fare for this service will increase by 4.3% in 2012.
Sets out IPART's annual determination on the fares for the Stockton (Newcastle) Ferry - fares for this service will not change in 2010.
Sets out our final recommendations on maximum taxi fares and the rationale behind them. Submitted to Transport for NSW in June 2013.
IPART recommends maximum fares for regular private ferry services in New South Wales under Section 9 of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act. IPART also determines maximum fares for the Stockton ferry under Section 11 of this act.
The report presents and explains the Tribunal’s 2006 determination on fares for Sydney Ferries which take effect from 2 January 2007.
We have finalised our recommendations for country taxi fares. We recommend that they remain unchanged from July 2014.
Explains the 2004/05 determination on the maximum fares Sydney Ferries Corporation can charge for its public transport services. Outlines key issues Tribunal intends to consider in detail in next review.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) has completed its 2003 review of public transport fares.
We have finalised our recommendations for the number of annual taxi licences to be released in Sydney in 2014, and the fares to apply in urban areas (Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, the Central Coast and the Blue Mountains) from July 2014.
Presents and explains Tribunal’s determination on maximum fares for public ferry services provided by Sydney Ferries from 18 December 2005, and for multi-modal tickets that can be used for Sydney Ferries services (i.e.
As required by Section 11(1) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal has investigated proposals by the State Rail Authority (a standing reference agency in Schedule 1 of the Act)
As required by Section 11(1) of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal Act 1992, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (the Tribunal) has investigated proposals by the State Rail Authority (SRA) for maximum prices to be charged