Taxi Fare Review 2018

Closed 4 May 2018

Opened 6 Apr 2018

Overview

The City of Edinburgh Council reviews taxi fares every 18 months and must consult on any proposals to change the taxi fare tariff.

The suggested new taxi tariff includes an increase of 50p on the initial fare on all tariffs, and an additional increase of 6% on Tariffs 1 and 2.

Why We Are Consulting

The Council must consult on proposals to change the taxi fare tariff, so that a new fare table can come into effect on 1 June 2018.

A copy of the proposed new taxi tariff is available below. If you would like to make any comments about these proposals please email licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk or write to:

Licensing Service

The City of Edinburgh Council

249 High Street

Edinburgh

EH1 1YJ

What Happens Next

All of the responses to this consultation were collated and included in a report to the Regulatory Committee.on 14 May 2018.

The Committee agreed to change the taxi fare tariff.to reflect the attached document 'Taxi Fare Tariff May 2018'.

Taxi operators have been informed of the proposed changes by letter, and now have a statutory two week period during which the Committee's decision can be appealed. In the absence of any such appeal, the revised tariff will be advertised and will come in to effect on 18 June 2018.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Homeless People
  • People with long term conditions
  • People with disabilities
  • Minority Ethnic groups
  • Carers
  • Jobseekers
  • Low income households
  • Older people
  • Businesses
  • Children & Young People
  • Civil and public servants
  • Elected Members
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual people, Transgender people (LGBT)
  • Men
  • Parents/carers
  • Professionals
  • Residents
  • Road users
  • Students
  • Teaching/Educational staff
  • Visitors
  • Voluntary sector/volunteers
  • Women
  • Taxi Licence holders
  • Amenity groups
  • Architects/designers
  • Built heritage groups
  • Community councils
  • Developers/investors
  • Development management statutory consultees
  • Development planning key agencies
  • Education institutions
  • External councils
  • Housing associations
  • Landowners
  • Libraries
  • Natural heritage/open space
  • Neighbourhood partnerships
  • Planning consultants
  • Professional bodies
  • Scottish Government departments
  • Services/utilities
  • Transport groups
  • Young people
  • Licence holders
  • Employees

Interests

  • Public Transport
  • Traffic regulation