Taxi Fare Review 2021 - proposed tariff

Closed 27 Nov 2021

Opened 27 Oct 2021

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 the following changes:

  • an amendment to applicable tariffs at Christmas and New Year;
  • an increase to 40p surcharge per passenger where there are more than three; and
  • an increase of 2.9% on all tariffs.

Why your views matter

The Council must consult on proposals to change the taxi fare tariff, so that a new fare table can come into effect on 17 December 2021.

A copy of the proposed new taxi tariff is available below, and you can make comments within this survey. If you would like to make any additional comments about the proposals please email licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk.

What happens next

All of the responses to this consultation will be collated and included in a report to the Regulatory Committee.

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