Western Australia's taxi, tour and charter vehicle industry is regulated by the Department of Transport.
This site provides key information for:
Passenger Services is located at 20 Brown Street, East Perth.
Please see the About us section for more information.
Mobile security patrols - extended for three years
In April 2013, following a successful 12 month trial and appointment through a tender process, the Department of Transport has appointed Wilson Security to provide mobile security patrols across the metropolitan area for a further 3 years.
The security patrol will continue to operate with two security officers in each of the 5 vehicles at the following times:
- Midnight on Fridays to 6am on Saturdays
- Midnight on Saturdays to 6am on Sundays.
Your continued support and cooperation will help keep you safe. Please read the brochure for the agreed M99 and Full Alarm procedures.
Wheelchair-accessible or multi-purpose taxis (MPTs) are specially equipped taxis that provide essential transport for people with disabilities or mobility difficulties.
Fare subsidies are available for people who have a severe disability that prevents them using a conventional public transport bus service.
How to book a multi-purpose taxi
MPTs currently make up about 6.5% of the Perth taxi fleet and can be booked through the following taxi companies:
Make sure you advise the operator of any special requirements such as wheelchair access, scooter use or child restraints assistance with luggage.
About the Taxi Industry Board
The Taxi Industry Board (TIB) is a statutory body with an objective to provide a considered and singular view for consideration by the Minister for Transport, taking into account the views of both industry stakeholders and taxi users.