The final package for the CPV industry review is before the Northern Territory Government for consideration. The Minister for Transport will make an announcement once a decision has been reached.
A copy of the Position Paper released in November 2014 can be found here.
The Commercial Passenger Vehicles (CPV) Branch is responsible for developing and implementing policies and standards within legislative frameworks for the CPV industry. The CPV Branch also advises the Government and Minister on industry issues.
The Branch regulates the CPV industry and processes operator accreditations, industry driver licensing, administers the NT Taxi Subsidy and Lift Incentive Schemes, and monitors compliance and the management of complex complaints.
Extension to Trial: 12 months CPV inspection intervals
In December 2012, the Department commenced a two year trial which saw inspection requirements increase from 6 month to 12 month intervals for all commercial passenger vehicles (CPVs). During the trial period, the Department has monitored feedback from industry and the public as well as vehicle safety and cosmetic standards. As there is no evidence that vehicle safety has reduced during the trial, the trial period will be extended to align with the outcomes of the CPV review which is currently underway.
The Department will continue to accept public and industry comment on CPV inspection requirements during this period of extension. Any comments should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org