Transport

NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into driver education, training and road safety

CPSA welcomes the opportunity to comment on the NSW Parliamentary Committee on Community Services inquiry into access to transport for seniors and disadvantaged people in rural and regional NSW.

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Submission to NSW Parliamentary inquiry into access to transport in rural and regional NSW

CPSA made a submission to the NSW Parliamentary Committee on Community Services inquiry into Access to Transport for Seniors and Disadvantaged People in Rural and Regional NSW. You can download a copy of the submission on the committee website.

Submission to IPART in response to draft report on Opal fares

CPSA welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Transport – Draft Report More efficient, more integrated Opal fares. This submission focuses on concessions, particularly the Gold Opal pricing as this is the fare paid by the majority of our constituency.

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Submission to IPART on finding the best fare structure for Opal

CPSA's submission to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) about public transport fares.

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Submission to IPART on the external benefits of public transport

CPSA's submission to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal's issues paper about the external benefits of public transport. CPSA argues that social inclusion and health should be considered external benefits and be factored into fare setting.

Read more: Submission to IPART on the external benefits of public transport

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