The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) today released bus fares for the Sydney metropolitan, outer metropolitan and Newcastle regions to take effect from 2 January 2008.IPART’s determination covers both State Transit and private b
IPART will recommend to Transport NSW the maximum fares that can be charged from December 2012 by regular private ferry services operating in NSW.
This fact sheet provides a summary of IPART's draft decisions on the review of fares for Sydney Ferries’ services from January 2013.
Transport for NSW’s response to IPART's Final Report and Recommendations on Taxi Fares in NSW from July 2012
IPART makes recommendations on maximum taxi fares to Transport for NSW each year. Our recommendations are based on the annual changes in costs measured by Taxi Cost Indices (TCIs).
The Tribunal is commencing its annual review of fares for taxi services in NSW. The review is being conducted in accordance with Terms of Reference provided by the Premier.
CityRail has submitted a fare proposal to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (Tribunal).
This paper provides a brief explanation of IPART’s decision on CityRail fares from 11 November 2007.
IPART today released its final report and determination on rural and regional bus fares. From 1 January 2013, maximum fares for country town and rural bus services will rise on average by 3.3%.
IPART is reviewing fares for NSW bus services, Newcastle bus and ferry services, and private ferry services in NSW.
This media release provides a summary of IPART's draft decisions on the review of fares for CityRail’s services from January 2013.
Media release for IPART’s determination on fares from 11 November 2007 and issues paper for review of the CityRail regulatory framework.
This media release sets out key points from our draft report on maximum taxi fares in NSW. The draft report includes indicative fare changes of 3.2% for urban taxis and 3.4% for country taxis from July 2012.
IPART has determined that CityRail’s fares will increase by a weighted average of 5.9 per cent from 11 November 2007. The fare increases determined by IPART are consistent with those proposed by RailCorp.