CityRail has submitted a fare proposal to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (Tribunal).
The Tribunal has recommended to the Minister of Transport that from 14 August 2006 urban taxi fares should rise 4.0% and country taxi fares should rise 2.9%.
Outlines key issues to be considered in the annual reviews of fares for taxi, private bus and private ferry services in NSW, including quality of service, and social and environmental implications of fare increases.
IPART has completed its 2008 review of private ferry fares under section 9 of the IPART Act and has recommended fare increases to the Minister for Transport.
This paper provides a brief overview of our objectives in this review, gives some definitions andexplanations of key concepts, and explains our criteria for assessing the treatment of cost items and inflators in the index
The main purpose of this year’s annual review is to reweight the Taxi Cost Indices (TCIs) so that it resembles the structure of costs faced by the industry as closely as possible.
Set out IPART's recommendations to reduce maximum fares for taxis as a result of a fall in LPG prices during 2009. These recommendations were not accepted.
Sets out our recommendations for changes to fast ferry fares as a result of our mid-year review of diesel prices in the 6 months to March 2011
IPART’s draft report on the external benefits of public transport indicated that IPART would hold a public forum in April.
Sets out IPART’s recommendations on taxi fares as a result of its mid-year review of LPG prices in the six months to 30 November 2008 and provides a copy of the Government’s response to those recommendations.