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The Commercial Passenger Vehicle Association of Australia (CPVAA) is a peak body for owners, drivers and stakeholders in the Commercial Passenger Vehicle industry. We are a non-profit body run by members, for members.

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

about the cpvaa

The Commercial Passenger Vehicle Association of Australia 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 CPV industry;
  • promote, support and propose legislative or other measures affecting the CPV industry;
  • campaign to improve driver/owner remuneration levels;
  • protect the rights of drivers and owners working into the industry;
  • promote ideas and programs to assist in maintaining a high industry standard for CPVAA members.

UBER CLASS ACTION

The CPVAA 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 get on board and register their interest.

ESC NON-CASH SURCHARGE REVIEW

CPVV Draft monitoring, compliance and enforcement policy

ON-DEMAND WORKFORCE ENQUIRY

LATEST NEWS

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Melbourne Airport is well underway with its plan to build a fully elevated roadway by the end of 2023. Stage 1 should start construction early next year and be finished by end 2021.

For a visual see here www.youtube.com/watch?v=iELhIqiMorg



When finished this plan will take all NON-Commercial traffic off the ground level and move all the public to the elevated roadways with drop off / pickup bays inside the existing multi-level car park.



This will leave the ground level for commercial vehicles only.A new elevated road connecting the Tullamarine Freeway to Terminal 4 is planned to begin later this year. The T4 Express Elevated Road is scheduled to open b...
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How about an express roadway for T 1,2 &3 without pedestrians. T4 doesn’t need this the others do.

How about expand the Qantas VHA carpark its unusual in the evenings with all the taxis parking anywhere

Economic downturn, less jobs = less travellers in future

That’s stage 2 Al. Stage 1 is the direct access of the Tulla

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