Transport for NSW’s response to IPART's Final Report and Recommendations on Taxi Fares in NSW from July 2012
The Tribunal commissioned the Institute of Transport Studies (ITS) to conduct a survey within the Sydney region to estimate the sensitivity of travel choice to fare changes. This sensitivity is referred to as fare elasticity.
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.
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.
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 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.
We have finalised our recommendations for country taxi fares. We recommend that they remain unchanged from July 2014.
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.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW is undertaking a review of the pricing policies for urban public passenger transport.
Sets out IPART's recommendations on private ferry fares as a result of its mid-year review of diesel prices in the six months to 31 March 2009.