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Transport Alliance Australia (TAA) is a peak body for owners, drivers and stakeholders in the Commercial Passenger Vehicle industry. It is a non-profit body run by members, for members.

Become part of an industry group working for a better industry.

Covid-19 Business Support

We're collecting resources and information to keep the commercial passenger vehicle and transport industry up to date with the latest business and individual support options available during the Covid-19 crisis.

about taa

In September 2019 Commercial Passenger Vehicle Association of Australia changed its name to Transport Alliance Australia to better represent the diverse commercial passenger vehicle industry, including taxi, hire car, rideshare and other on demand transport options. TAA works to give a voice to members in state and federal government. Our objectives:

  • to consider and deal with all questions and issues involving the commercial passenger vehicle industry;
  • promote, support and propose legislative or other measures affecting the commercial passenger vehicle industry;
  • campaign to improve driver/owner remuneration levels;
  • protect the rights of drivers, owners, operators, networks and booking service providers in this industry;
  • promote ideas and programs to assist in maintaining a high industry standard for TAA members.

UBER CLASS ACTION

TAA has been active in bringing a class action against Uber with Maurice Blackburn lawyers on behalf of participants in the taxi, hire-car, limousine and charter vehicle industry.  We urge all  taxi and hire car drivers, operators and licence owners to register their interest.

CPV Reforms Inquiry

On-demand workforce inquiry

Increased Road Toll Inquiry

LATEST NEWS

Hygiene supply chain secure for CPV industry

Hygiene supply chain secure for CPV industry

Supplies of sanitiser, personal hygiene and cleaning products will be available to commercial passenger vehicles driver and operators in the next few days after TAA Victoria state director André Baruch and industry stakeholders asked for assistance to secure products at the regulator industry group meeting on Wednesday.

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Every day is groundhog day at the moment. An hour out won't make any difference. 😂

Would rather put them forward 4 months.

CPV drivers and operators will have access to sanitiser, personal hygiene and cleaning supply chain after TAA and industry stakeholders sought support for supply chains.

More info at https://www.taa-national.com.au/hygiene-supply-chain-secure-for-cpv-industry/

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CPV drivers and operators will have access to sanitiser, personal hygiene and cleaning supply chain after TAA and industry stakeholders sought support for supply chains.

More info at www.taa-national.com.au/hygiene-supply-chain-secure-for-cpv-industry/

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#keepdriversworking
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