Buses

Roads and Maritime provides service and information for drivers and operators of buses and coaches that have 13 seats or MORE; if their vehicles have fewer seats and they hold current Roads and Maritime Accreditation they remain until transfer to the Point to Point Transport Commission by no later than 1 November 2018.

From 1 November 2017, the Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Act 2016 and Point to Point Transport (Taxis and Hire Vehicles) Regulation 2017 provides a new regulatory framework for passenger services undertaken in any vehicle with 12 seats or less (including the driver). From this date, the Act, the Regulation and the powers of the new industry regulator, the Point to Point Transport Commissioner, will come into effect.

An Operator or a small vehicle service operating under contract with Transport for NSW will continue until the release of the new Passenger Transport Regulation.

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Operators

Drivers

Bus passengers

Digital Annual Self-Assessment Report

This Self-Assessment must be completed and signed by one of the following:

  • Accreditation held by an individual - The person whose name the accreditation is held in;
  • Accreditation held by a group or partnership - Any one of the people whose name the accreditation is held in;
  • Accreditation held by an incorporated association or corporation - A Designated Manager or Director (as nominated in the accreditation)

Submit your Annual Self-Assessment Report online

NSW Bus Industry Compliance - Industry snapshot

Roads and Maritime Services regulates bus operators and drivers under the Passenger Transport Act 1990 and 2014 and also regulates buses and coaches as heavy vehicles under Road Transport legislation.

We publish regular reports summarising key statistics and trends on NSW buses and compliance programs for the information of the bus industry, decision makers and the community. You can view the NSW Bus Industry quarterly updates for more information.

 

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