IPART will recommend to Transport NSW the maximum fares that can be charged from December 2012 by regular private ferry services operating in NSW.
PART today released its draft recommendations on taxi fares. The draft recommendations are for an average increase in fares of 3.8 per cent in urban areas (Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle) and 3.2 per cent in country areas from 1 July 2008.
This Information Paper provides a brief summary of what the Issues Paper says about reviewing maximum fares for taxis across NSW to apply from July 2018.
Sets out IPART's recommendations on the maximum taxi fares from July 2010. Also sets out recommendations on a number of related issues including whether flat fares should be introduced between Sydney CBD and Sydney airport.
This fact sheet provides a summary of IPART's draft decisions on the review of fares for Sydney Ferries’ services from January 2013.
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.
Draft fares released for Lane Cove ferry serviceThe Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is calling for public submissions on its draft fare determination for the ferry service between Circular Quay and Lane Cove operated by Matilda
Sets out our draft recommendations on maximum taxi fares and the rationale behind them. Seeks comment on the draft recommendations. Submissions are due by 31 May 2013
Transport for NSW’s response to IPART's Final Report and Recommendations on Taxi Fares in NSW from July 2012
Draft fares released for Clarence River FerriesThe Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) is calling for public submissions on its draft fare determination for Clarence River Ferries servicing Iluka and Yamba.
Tuesday 10 May 2016 10amPublic transport fares can increase by an average of 4.2% a year (including inflation) over the next three years under a final determination released today by the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART).IPART ha