Review of the Passenger Transport Act 1994

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Consultation has concluded. Below is a record of the engagement.

Have your say about point to point passenger transport and what is important to you. Your feedback will help shape the future of point to point transport in South Australia.

We are looking to gather a range of feedback on:

  • Customer experiences travelling around your community using taxi, chauffeur and/or ridesourcing (rideshare) point to point transport services.
  • Driver, licence owner and operator experiences in providing point to point transport services.


Background

The South Australian Government is reviewing regulation of the point to point transport industry under the Passenger Transport Act 1994.

Point to point transport is any service in a vehicle with 12 seats or less (including the driver) that can take customers on the route they choose, at the time that suits them, for a fare. This includes taxis, chauffeurs and ridesourcing (rideshare).

What's being decided?

The focus for the review will be on improving the regulatory standards of all taxis and ridesource (rideshare) operators to help ensure South Australians can expect a safe, clean and reliable ride, regardless of what transport provider they choose.

To help inform the review, the Department for Infrastructure and Transport is seeking feedback about how point to point passenger transport should be regulated.

Get involved

Have your say:

To register for industry updates visit the Point to Point Transport website.

What are the next steps?

The Government will consider all feedback provided to inform the next steps for the industry.

Have your say about point to point passenger transport and what is important to you. Your feedback will help shape the future of point to point transport in South Australia.

We are looking to gather a range of feedback on:

  • Customer experiences travelling around your community using taxi, chauffeur and/or ridesourcing (rideshare) point to point transport services.
  • Driver, licence owner and operator experiences in providing point to point transport services.


Background

The South Australian Government is reviewing regulation of the point to point transport industry under the Passenger Transport Act 1994.

Point to point transport is any service in a vehicle with 12 seats or less (including the driver) that can take customers on the route they choose, at the time that suits them, for a fare. This includes taxis, chauffeurs and ridesourcing (rideshare).

What's being decided?

The focus for the review will be on improving the regulatory standards of all taxis and ridesource (rideshare) operators to help ensure South Australians can expect a safe, clean and reliable ride, regardless of what transport provider they choose.

To help inform the review, the Department for Infrastructure and Transport is seeking feedback about how point to point passenger transport should be regulated.

Get involved

Have your say:

To register for industry updates visit the Point to Point Transport website.

What are the next steps?

The Government will consider all feedback provided to inform the next steps for the industry.

  • Have your say about point to point passenger transport and what is important to you.

    We want to hear about:

    • Customer experiences travelling around your community using taxi, chauffeur and/or ridesourcing (rideshare) point to point transport services.
    • Driver, licence owner and operator experiences in providing point to point transport services.


    This survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.


    Consultation has concluded. Below is a record of the engagement.

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