Point to Point
After an independent review of the Point to Point sector by Sue Baker-Finch, Transport for NSW is implementing a number of reforms.
The NSW Government established the industry adjustment assistance package of up to $250 million.
The NSW Government is considering the recommendations made in an independent review of the point to point transport industry.
New clean-up kits are now available for taxis and other point to point transport service providers to help keep drivers and passengers safe.
Enhanced safety measures for point to point transport such as taxis, hire and rideshare vehicles has rolled out in Albury.
Thousands of point to point transport drivers have had their vehicles sanitised for free in an Australian first trial launched in Sydney.
Enhanced safety measures for point to point transport providers such as taxis and hire vehicles are being rolled out in Dubbo.
Transport for NSW today announced details of a review of the Point to Point transport sector to be led by Sue Baker-Finch.
The NSW Government has today announced Anthony Wing as the state’s next Point to Point Transport Commissioner.
The final piece of a $250 million taxi and hire vehicle industry assistance package is now open.
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.