02 Feb '14, 11pm

Concerns raised about country fare setting reforms

Impact of country price notification system raises concern across industry Posted on 03 Feb 2014 The State Government's proposed changes to country fare setting could not only lead to passenger confusion and anger, but also networks facing charges of collusion by the ACCC. VTA member and Wodonga Taxis chairman, Scott Cowie is quoted in the article and highlights many of the issues facing the industry if the country fare price notification reforms go ahead.

Full article: http://www.victaxi.com.au/news-and-downloads/2014/2/3/imp...

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