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Government action on CTP insurance is welcomed

NSW Taxi Council Welcomes Government Action on CTP Insurance

10 March 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
NSW Taxi Council CEO Roy Wakelin-King said that it was inequitable for taxis to have to pay over $7,000 annually in CTP insurance per vehicle whilst its competitors are paying only a small fraction of that amount. read more

Lateline Business Interview with Cabcharge CEO

03 March 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
Cabcharge, one of the taxi industry's dominant players, is facing disruption on several fronts. CEO Andrew Skelton speaks to Lateline Business. read more
Country Taxis Respond to Government Reforms

Country Taxis Respond to Government Reforms

20 January 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
Taxi services are a vital public transport service for communities across NSW, particularly in rural and regional NSW, providing thousands of jobs and contributing millions of dollars each year to local economies. read more
Uber's Price Gouging Reaches Obscene Levels

Uber's Price Gouging Reaches Obscene Levels

07 January 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council today condemned ridesharing service Uber for its greed-driven approach to price gouging customers throughout the busy Christmas-New Year period.  read more
Sydney CBD works represents a challenge for road users this summer

Sydney CBD Road Closures - Including NYE Arrangements

23 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
All the details on summer road closures throughout central Sydney and taxi rank options for New Years Eve. read more
NSW Taxi Council Responds to Point to Point Reform

NSW Taxi Council Responds to Point to Point Reform

17 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
It is important that these reforms improve customer outcomes, not lessen them, and this includes having a strong and viable taxi industry into the future. read more
Is this taxi your Plan B?

New Plan B Taxi Ads Urge Us All To Get Home Safely These Holidays

14 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Industry and the NSW Government have today launched a new Christmas safety campaign to drive respect between taxi drivers and passengers and promote taxis as an attractive Plan B for getting home after a few festive drinks.  read more
Speculating About Taxi Industry Reform Will Not Result in Better Outcomes for Customers

Speculating About Taxi Industry Reform Will Not Result in Better Outcomes for Customers

14 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The Government is looking how taxi services will operate into the future. This is an appropriate course of action to take in the current environment. read more
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Ten Customer Service Tips for Drivers

11 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
These simple but important practices will ensure you’re best placed to have an enjoyable shift and, in most cases, achieve generous tips from your customers. read more
NSW TAXI COUNCIL WELCOMES COURT RULING ON  ILLEGAL RIDESHARING IN VICTORIA

NSW Taxi Council Welcomes Court Ruling on Illegal Ridesharing in Victoria

04 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council welcomes the decision by the Victorian Magistrates Court that Uber ridesharing drivers are ignoring the law and continuing to operate illegally. read more

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Hey Tosser!

Hey Tosser!

19 April 2017 | NSW Taxi Council
Hey Tosser! Did you know that litter damages our natural environments, harms wildlife and sea creatures, can injure people and makes our spaces less safe and healthy? So when you toss your cigarette butt or your coffee cup, you’re hurting the environment. read more

2017/2018 Sydney Taxi Licence Determination

10 April 2017 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council today noted the announcement by Transport for NSW to offer 62 taxi licences back into the market to support a sustainable growth strategy for industry... read more
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Greenslip Reforms Essential for a Level Playing Field

09 March 2017 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council today welcomed the announcement by the NSW Government to introduce reforms to the NSW Compulsory Third Party Insurance (greenslip) Scheme. With taxi greenslips reaching unaffordable levels the reforms will help the viability of the industry and will ultimately result in lower fares for taxi passengers. read more

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