The draft determination is the legal instrument for our draft Opal fares pricing decisions for 2020-2024.
Draft Determination - Maximum fares for Rural and Regional Bus Services
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is conducting a major review of public transport fares in Sydney and surrounding areas. This Methodology Paper focuses on how we are proposing to determine fares.
The Draft Determination is a draft legal instrument for the maximum prices that private ferry operators can charge from 1 January 2022.
Sets out our draft determination for the 2012 fare review. Submissions are due by 9 November 2012.
This legal instrument sets out our draft decision on the fare for the Stockton Ferry Service from 5 January 2014.
This legal instrument sets out our draft decision on the fare for the Stockton Ferry Service from January 2015.
The determination sets out the formulae to be applied to determine the maximum fares for certain services supplied under the Sydney tickets and Newcastle tickets. The determination will apply from January 2014.
This Draft Report set out IPART’s draft decisions in setting maximum fares for Sydney Ferries services from January 2013. We welcome comments on the Draft Report. Submissions are due by 12 October 2012.
When people use public transport, they generate benefits for and impose costs on others. The main external benefit of a person taking public transport instead of driving is the avoided cost of congestion on roads.