Here you will find services relating to Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) in Western Australia.
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DoT is responsible for marine safety, marine environment protection and coastal facilities.
Integrated state-wide transport planning and major transport infrastructure projects.
DoT is responsible for regulating the taxi, tour and charter industry.
Phone: 1300 660 147
Fax: (08) 9218 3661
Email Passenger Services
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The DoT is responsible for rail functions including safety, coordination and planning, this section also provides information about the movement and management of heavy vehicles in WA.
Rail safety contacts
DoT is the key coordinating and advisory body on state aviation related matters.
Aircraft licensing: email
This Green Paper is designed to outline a
simpler environment that enables transport providers to innovate and provide
on-demand services that meet the needs of the travelling public.
The Department of Transport regulates on-demand transport services including taxis, small charter vehicles and other omnibuses. This includes services which are commonly known as 'ridesharing'.
Before you head out to party, make sure you plan your ride home. Consider using designated taxi ranks, booking a taxi or small charter vehicle, nominating a skipper, or taking public transport.
Find out how the Taxi Security Patrol protects you.
Bpoint is now available
Passenger information including safety tips, fares, complaints and things to keep in mind when catching taxis.
On-demand transport is a user-oriented form of
transport characterised by flexible routing and ad-hoc scheduling of
small/medium vehicles operating between pick-up and drop-off locations.
Here you will find driver operator information including taxi plates, licences, code of conduct, camera surveillance and more.
Important information for all taxi drivers and charter vehicle operators including online tools, fees and statistics.
An omnibus is a passenger vehicle operating for reward, that is not a taxi. Find out what you need to know on the various licences.
The Taxi Industry Board was a statutory body with an objective to provide a considered
and singular view for consideration by the Minister for Transport.
Here you will find forms and publications available relating to taxi and charter services in Western Australia.
Information on how the Department of Transport helps regulate the Western Australian taxi industry. Contact the Passenger Services section for taxi and charter vehicle enquiries.
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