Transport for NSW has notified IPART that it proposes to increase Opal fares by an average of 3% from 4 July 2022.
IPART has been asked to review and determine maximum fares for public transport to apply from July 2016.
This fact sheet provides a summary of IPART's draft decisions on the review of fares for Sydney Ferries’ services from January 2013.
Transport for NSW’s response to IPART's Final Report and Recommendations on Taxi Fares in NSW from July 2012
This fact sheet explains IPART's 2009 review of rural and regional bus fares. It is designed to help interested parties understand the review process and develop and lodge submissions that address matters relevant to the review.
This fact sheet explains IPART's 2009 review of private ferry and Stockton ferry fares. It is designed to help interested parties understand the review process and develop and lodge submissions that address matters relevant to the review.
IPART has completed its review of CityRail’s fares for 2009-2012. A summary of IPART’s final decision on fares from 2009 is set out in its factsheet.
This paper provides a brief explanation of IPART’s decision on CityRail fares from 11 November 2007.
Based on Review of taxi fares outside Sydney to apply from 1 July 2015 - Issues Paper, October 20147 October 2014IPART is reviewing taxi fares outside Sydney and will recommend maximum fares to apply from July 2015.
This fact sheet provides a brief summary of IPART’s review of maximum fares for private ferry services from 2018.
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.
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.