IPART will determine the maximum fares that can be charged from January 2012 for regular bus services in rural and regional NSW. This fact sheet outlines the review process and timeline.
Provides a detailed explanation of IPART's calculation of cost indexes used in transport. It is designed to assist stakeholders examining the taxi cost index model which has also been released and can be found on our website.
IPART reviews taxi fares annually under terms of reference received from the Premier and makes recommendations on fares to the Minister for Transport. IPART also conducts a mid-year review examining changes in LPG fuel costs.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal determines maximum fares for rural and regional bus services.
The CIE, on behalf of IPART and the Department of Transport, is conducting a survey of taxi drivers and operators to collect information about the costs of driving and operating a taxi.