We have been asked to review and determine the maximum fares to apply from July 2016 on public transport services on which the Opal card can be used.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is calling for community input into how public transport fares should be set until 2024.IPART is reviewing maximum fares across all rail, bus, ferry and light rail services on which the Opal
The Tribunal reviews taxi fares annually, using the powers provided under Section 9 of the IPART Act, and in accordance with the terms of reference provided by the Premier. The Tribunal then reports its findings to the Minister for Transport.
We estimate how much the cost of providing taxi services has changed over the previous 12 months based on the movement in two industry-specific cost indices, known as the Taxi Cost Indices (TCIs).
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.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales (the Tribunal) is undertaking its annual review of fares for taxi services in the state. Based on this review, it will recommend changes to these fares from 1 July 2004.
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.
IPART is reviewing taxi fares outside Sydney and will recommend maximum fares to apply from July 2015. The release of an issues paper is the first stage of our review.
Sets out proposed changes to IPART’s approach to setting fares for bus services in Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, the Central Coast, Hunter and Blue Mountains from January 2010.
Outlines key issues to be considered in the annual reviews of fares for taxi, private bus and private ferry services in NSW, including out of service provision, quality of service, and social and environmental implications of fare increases.
This Issues Paper explains our proposed approach for determining maximum fares for seven private ferry operators that hold service contracts with Transport for NSW (TfNSW).
This Issues paper set out IPART’s proposed approach to setting maximum fares for CityRail services from January 2013. We welcome comments on the Issues Paper. Submissions are due by 4 June 2012.
This Issues paper set out IPART’s proposed approach to setting maximum fares for Sydney Ferries’ services from January 2013. We welcome comments on the Issues Paper. Submissions are due by 2 April 2012.
Preliminary review in 2001. Extensive review from January 2002 under section 9(1)b of IPART Act 1992. Provides industry background and reviews regulatory framework, approaches to price regulation, fare levels and structure, and service quality.
Explains why we are considering a change in our approach to fare setting and sets out alternatives. Seeks comment on the alternatives and other issues raised. Submissions are due by 25 March 2013