IPART will recommend to Transport NSW the maximum fares that can be charged from December 2011 by regular private ferry services operating in NSW.
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).
IPART is conducting a review of taxi fares for NSW and will be making recommendations to the Minister for Transport on the taxi fares to apply from July 2011.
Determines 2002–03 fare increases for CityRail (weighted average of 2.0 per cent), Sydney Buses (1.93 per cent), Sydney Ferries (2.0 per cent) and Newcastle Services (0.46 per cent).
In rural and regional areas of NSW, bus operators provide regular passenger services to fare-paying passengers under contracts between them and the NSW Government.
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) today released its determination on bus fares in rural and regional areas. On 1 January 2012, maximum fares for country town services will rise on average by 2.4%.
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.
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.
The Tribunal has now received submissions from the NSW Taxi Council and the Bus and Coach Association.Submissions from other stakeholders are now invited on the fare proposal put forward by the Taxi Council and the Bus and Coach Association.
NSW Government train, bus and ferry fares will rise by a weighted average of around 2 per centfrom July 1, under a determination released today by the Independent Pricing and RegulatoryTribunal (IPART).
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.
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.
IPART uses the taxi cost index model to measure the change in the costs of providing taxi services over the course of the year.