Point to Point
Ninety taxi licences will be issued in Sydney from July, but no new licences will be added to regional areas.
Point to Point Transport Commissioner, Barbara Wise, has announced that tenders for 32 Sydney taxi licences will be accepted from today.
New laws for the point to point transport industry come into effect from today.
A list of links to taxi, hire car and rideshare industry information available on the Transport for NSW website.
Taxi legislation, licence, fares, security camera specifications, and security system specifications.
Hire car and rideshare services must be booked in advance of the trip and can’t be hailed in the street or caught at a rank.
The point to point transport industry is set to become more competitive, innovative and responsive.
New rules for the taxi, rideshare and hire car industry.
The proposed Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Regulation 2017 submissions
From 1 July 2017 taxi customers in regional NSW may be asked to pay their taxi fares at the start of their journey.
The NSW Government has started a review of subsidies and incentives for point to point transport services for people with a disability.
Proposed draft regulation changes including safety standards for taxis, hire cars and rideshare in NSW for public consultation.
62 unrestricted annual taxi licences will be released in Sydney during the 2017-18 financial year.
A wheelchair accessible taxi (WAT) is a vehicle that has been modified to safely accommodate at least one and up to three wheelchairs
Point to Point Transport Regulation and Taskforce submissions.
An adjustment assistance package of up to $250 million to help eligible taxi and hire car licence holders adjust to industry changes.