News and updates
12 December 2012
The Taxi Industry Inquiry's Final Report was tabled in State Parliament today. Inquiry Chair Professor Allan Fels said Victoria's taxi system could be resurrected, if measures outlined in the Report were adopted by the State Government. Read the media release (DOC, 251.0 KB, 1 p.) for more information.
10 December 2012
Statement from Professor Allan Fels, Taxi Industry Inquiry Chair. Read Professor Fels' statement for more information.
28 September 2012
The inquiry delivered its Final Report to the Victorian Government on 28 September 2012.
13 August 2013
The Inquiry Hearings are being streamed live from the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 August. Click here to view the proceedings.
6 August 2012
The Taxi Industry Inquiry Hearings will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 August, to hear feedback from stakeholders in relation to the inquiry's draft report Customers First: Service, Safety, Choice.
13 July 2012
Submissions on the inquiry's draft report Customers First: Service, Safety, Choice have now closed. Thank you to everyone who provided a submission. A final report is expected to be handed to the Victorian Government later this year. View submissions received.
6 July 2012
Last call for submissions to the Taxi Industry Inquiry. The Taxi Industry Inquiry has urged taxi owners, operators, drivers and passengers to have a say on the recommendations of its draft report, with one week until the close of formal submissions. Read the media release (PDF, 64.9 KB, 1 p.).
28 June 2012
Recent scare campaigns by large-scale taxi investors are serving to promote a self-interested agenda, while continuing to show disregard for long-suffering drivers and customers, Taxi Industry Inquiry Chair Allan Fels said today. Read the media release (PDF, 67.5 KB, 2 pp.) for more information.
31 May 2012
Professor Fels has released the inquiry's draft report, Customers First: Service, Safety, Choice.
30 April 2012
Read Professor Fels' response (PDF, 69.8 KB, 1 p.) to the Victorian Taxi Association's five pillars.
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