Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria (CPVV) is consulting on its draft monitoring, compliance and enforcement policy 2019-2022. Submissions closed on 14 May 2019. The final CPVV monitoring, compliance and enforcement policy will be published on the CPVV website on...
Registrants in the Class Action against Uber received notification this week that the case is ready for filing in the Victorian Supreme court.
The Commercial Passenger Vehicle Association of Australia (CPVAA) welcomes a new affiliate group to its membership with the Wedding Car Association of Victoria (WCA) recently voting to join the national association.
An Australian Financial Review report claims that in Sydney, the average Uber driver received $29.46 ( after Uber’s service fee) for every hour on their app. Reports from CPVAA members driving in the taxi, hire car and rideshare industries indicate the actual hourly...
In February the CPVAA made its submission to the Inquiry into the Victorian On-demand Workforce, chaired by former Federal Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James.
Transport operators have received information about course and road disruptions for the 2019 Run for the kids event on Sunday, 7 April 2019.