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On-demand transport industry status quarterly reports
On-demand transport industry status quarterly reports are designed to present current industry data to the Minister for Transport and external stakeholders. They are issued on a quarterly basis.
Data includes auditable key performance indicators, taxi waiting times, as well as safety, complaints, industry viability, and the number of on-demand vehicles and drivers.
Latest On-demand transport industry status quarterly reports
Purpose-built Taxi Trial: Final review and recommendations
In December 2013, a four year trial of Purpose-Built Taxi (PBT) vehicles in the Perth Taxi Control Area commenced. The objective of the PBT trial was to assess whether a purpose-built vehicle was better placed than a standard taxi vehicle to overcome taxi-specific safety issues such as driver and passenger assaults.
This document provides a summary for the performance of a Purpose Built Taxi (PBT) and makes recommendations for their continued use in the Western Australian on-demand transport industry context.
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