Safe Transport Victoria will be at Flemington this Spring Racing Carnival
Safe Transport Victoria will be at Flemington Racecourse on Melbourne Cup Day, ensuring CPV services are run safely and encouraging passengers to show kindness to the drivers offering these services.
Giving fatigue the boot
Commercial passenger vehicle drivers learned more about how to get “The Best Rest” and beat fatigue at a special World Mental Health Day event held on Tuesday 10 October at Melbourne Airport.
‘Introduction to Disability Awareness’: Free eLearning course launched
At STV, we are committed to ensuring the CPV industry is one where people living with a disability feel safe, valued and included.
CPVV merge with TSV to become Safe Transport Victoria
From 1 July 2022, Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria (CPVV) will merge with Transport Safety Victoria (TSV) to form a new entity, Safe Transport Victoria.
Touters fined in CPVV safety blitz
Twenty people had an expensive Melbourne Grand Prix weekend after being caught and fined $2181 each for ‘touting’ – illegally offering commercial passenger vehicle services.
CPVV and TSV to merge into single regulator
The Victorian Government is focused on strengthening and streamlining their safety regulatory functions. To achieve this, they have decided to merge Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria (CPVV) and Transport Safety Victoria (TSV) into a single regulator.
Tackling touting at Melbourne Airport
Fines of up to $2,181 handed out to touts at Melbourne Airport show how serious CPVV is about tackling touting.
Keep on top of fatigue this festive season
The festive season is traditionally a busy period for the commercial passenger vehicle industry. More people out shopping, Christmas parties and end of year catchups all mean extra passenger journeys.
New campaign to improve travel in taxis and rideshares for people with a disability
A new awareness campaign aims to improve the travelling experiences of people with a disability by showing commercial passenger vehicle (CPV) drivers how to better meet the needs of their passengers.