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Annual report

2015-16 Annual Report

The Taxi Services Commission (TSC) Annual Report has been tabled in the Victorian Parliament in accordance with the Financial Management Act 1994. The annual report reflects the performance and services delivered by the TSC over the financial year.

Section 115SB of the Transport Integration Act 2010 also requires the TSC (for the first five years of operation) to include a report on the performance of the commercial passenger vehicle industry.

2014-15 Annual Report

The Taxi Services Commission (TSC) Annual Report has been tabled in the Victorian Parliament in accordance with the Financial Management Act 1994. The annual report reflects the performance and services delivered by the TSC over the financial year.

Section 115SB of the Transport Integration Act 2010 also requires the TSC (for the first five years of operation) to include a report on the performance of the commercial passenger vehicle industry.

2013-2014 Annual Report

The Taxi Services Commission Annual Report highlights the services and activities undertaken each year and are tabled in Parliament in accordance with the provisions of the Financial Management Act 1994.

Report of Operations and Financial Statements 2012-13

On 1 July 2013, the Taxi Services Commission (TSC) took over the role and functions of the industry regulator and commenced the reforms to the taxi and hire car industry.

As per section 46 (2)(a) of the Financial Management Act 1994, the TSC did not have expenses and obligations in the financial year 2012-13 of more than $5 million, and was therefore not required to table an annual report. Instead, a Report of Operations and Financial Statements 2012-13 was tabled in Parliament on Tuesday 26 November 2013.

Future TSC Annual Reports will be published accordingly.

2011-12 Annual Report

As of 1 July 2013, the Taxi Services Commission is the regulator of the taxi and hire car industries. Prior to this date, the Victorian Taxi Directorate (VTD) fulfilled that role. The VTD was a division of the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure.