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The NSW Taxi Industry provides over $1 billion in economic benefit to NSW each year

NSW MP Matt Kean Needs To Get His Facts Right

30 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Trying to influence policy decision making through media comment is not considered an appropriate course of action for someone in Mr Kean’s position. read more
Sydney CBD is set for significant traffic changes

Sydney Taxis Gearing Up For CBD Traffic Challenges

22 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council has been working with Sydney-based taxi networks for several months to get the message out to drivers about the closure of George Street in the CBD and the resulting changes to CBD roads. read more
NSW Taxi Industry State Conference 2015

NSW Taxi Industry State Conference 2015

22 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
NSW TAXI INDUSTRY STATE CONFERENCE AND COUNTRY TAXI OPERATORS ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: “BECOME THE TRANSPORT PROVIDER OF CHOICE”. read more
What Can We Expect From Tomorrow's Sydney?

What Can We Expect From Tomorrow's Sydney?

12 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
With the introduction of the CBD Light Rail, Sydney's traffic and access points are set to change significantly. read more
Changes to city taxi ranks

Change to Sydney CBD Taxi Ranks

06 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Due to the construction of the Sydney light rail project and the resulting traffic adjustments, there are also important changes to City taxi ranks. read more
Victorian Taxi Association

Contributions of the Victorian Taxi Industry Revealed

01 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The Victorian Taxi Association (VTA) has launched the findings of independent research from SGS Economics that has measured the economic, social and environmental contribution of the industry to Victoria. read more
ACT Government has allowed lower standards to accommodate Uber

Lower Standards to Accommodate Uber

30 September 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
History shows us there is a need for stringent regulatory frameworks to avoid a ‘race to the bottom’ for transport standards. read more
A strong, viable and customer-focussed taxi industry into the future.

NSW Taxi Council Statement

22 September 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council, at this time, is not involved in any legal action or industrial action, however it reserves its position in this regard. read more
Ridesharing is no safer than hitch-hiking

Ridesharing is no Safer Than Hitch-hiking - Response to Claims from CHOICE

11 September 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council believes it is in the consumer’s interest to make them aware that if they get into a private illegal ridesharing vehicle with a private driver where there are no government-backed checks for safety and security, it is akin to hitch-hiking. read more
Transport Workers Union Opportunism is Misplaced

Transport Workers Union Opportunism is Misplaced

11 September 2015 | NSW Taxi Council
Under the NSW drivers’ agreement, drivers are entitled to annual leave, sick leave, and long service leave. These are entitlements that are protected by law. In the world of Uber, the concept of entitlements is completely absent. read more

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Future Transport Summit 2016

Transport for NSW Develops Future Transport Technology Roadmap

02 November 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
NSW Transport and Infrastructure Minister Andrew Constance MP today launched the Future Transport read more
Sensible Outcome for Point to Point Taxi Transport Workplace Laws

Sensible Outcome for Point to Point Taxi Transport Workplace Laws

27 October 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council today welcomed the report handed down by the NSW Legislative Assembly Committee on Transport and Infrastructure regarding Workplace Relations in the Point to Point Transport Sector. read more
Point to Point Taskforce Review

NSW Point to Point Transport Reforms

25 October 2016 | NSW Taxi Council
The NSW Taxi Council has highlighted the key points and critical issues of the NSW Point to Point reforms, reiterating its ongoing commitment to ensuring the viability of taxi services throughout NSW. read more

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