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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
There are significant traffic changes in Sydney CBD

Sydney Taxis Ready For Additional CBD Traffic Changes

02 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Sydney’s taxi services are ready for the second stage closure of George Street in Sydney CBD as part of the Sydney Light Rail construction, effective from 9pm, Wednesday 2 December. read more
Centre for Road Safety Campaign

New Drug Driving Campaign From Transport for NSW

01 December 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
People will start to hear a lot more about Mobile Drug Testing – which is to be known as MDT – on television, radio, online, in-venue and outdoor creative. read more
Ridesharing - it's not worth the risl

Ridesharing - It's Not Worth the Risk

26 November 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
It’s illegal and there’s plenty of reasons why. Find out what the NSW Taxi Council and the taxi industry as a whole is doing to fight ridesharing. Keep up to date with the latest information. read more
Response to Daily Telegraph Story on Taxis and Uber

Response to Daily Telegraph Story on Taxis and Uber

23 November 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council is not opposed to well-considered reform of the NSW Taxi Industry and the point to point transport sector generally, however any changes that have a negative impact on taxi licence owners must also be supported by proper and genuine structural adjustment. read more

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Assistance For Your Taxi Business

03 March 2017 | NSW Taxi Council
Business Connect is a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted advice to help you start or grow your business. read more
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Ray Hadley Asks Why Are Taxis Paying More?

28 February 2017 | NSW Taxi Council
Listen to The Ray Hadley Morning Show on 2GB as he discusses the difference in Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTP) current average costs for Taxis versus Ride-sharing with One Nation Leader, Steve Dick read more

Uber loses GST fight with the Australian Tax Office

20 February 2017 | NSW Taxi Council
More than 50,000 Uber drivers in Australia will have to pay 10 per cent GST from the first dollar they earn after the ridesharing app lost a 18-month battle with the Australian Tax Office. read more

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