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TRANSPORT OPERATIONS (PASSENGER TRANSPORT) ACT 1994


- As at 27 September 2021 
- Act 43 of 1994 

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Long Title

CHAPTER 1 - PRELIMINARY

   1.      Short title
   2.      Objectives of Act
   3.      Definitions—the dictionary
   4.      Act binds all persons
   4A.     Act does not prevent local law from imposing additional requirements
   4B.     Reference to offence against provision of an Act that is a disqualifying offence or a driver disqualifying offence

CHAPTER 2 - RESPONSIBILITIES FOR TRANSPORT STRATEGIES AND PROGRAMS

   PART 1 - PASSENGER TRANSPORT STRATEGIES

   5.      Development of passenger transport strategies
   6.      Contents of passenger transport strategies

   PART 2 - PASSENGER TRANSPORT IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMS

   7.      Development of passenger transport implementation programs
   8.      Consistency with passenger transport strategies
   9.      Report on operation of passenger transport programs

   PART 3 - CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

   10.     Obligations about public passenger transport

CHAPTER 3 - OPERATOR ACCREDITATION

   11.     Purpose of operator accreditation
   12.     What is operator accreditation
   13.     (Repealed)
   14.     Operator accreditation standards
   15.     Operator must hold operator accreditation
   16.     Responsibility for system of operator accreditation
   17.     Granting, renewing or refusing operator accreditation
   18.     Provisional operator accreditation
   19.     Applicant to notify charge for disqualifying offence etc.
   20.     Amendment, suspension and cancellation of operator accreditation
   21.     Accredited operator to notify charge for disqualifying offence etc.
   22.     Member of partnership must inform another partner of charge for disqualifying offence etc.
   22A.    Operator accreditation is evidence of being the operator
   22B.    Accredited operator to notify if authorised driver charged with or convicted of driver disqualifying offence

CHAPTER 4 - DRIVER AUTHORISATION

   PART 1 - GENERAL

   23.     Purpose of driver authorisation
   24.     What is driver authorisation
   25.     (Repealed)
   26.     Driver authorisation standards
   27.     Driver must hold driver authorisation
   27A.    Person must use drivers that hold driver authorisation
   28.     Responsibility for system of driver authorisation
   28A.    Ineligibility for driver authorisation—category A driver disqualifying offences
   28B.    Driver authorisation—category B driver disqualifying offences
   28C.    Driver authorisation—category C driver disqualifying offences
   29.     Granting, renewing or refusing driver authorisation
   29AA.   Smartcard driver authorisation is property of the State
   29A.    Restricted driver authorisation
   30.     Provisional driver authorisation
   31.     Applicant to notify charge for driver disqualifying offence etc.
   32.     Amendment, suspension and cancellation of driver authorisations
   33.     Authorised driver must notify charge for driver disqualifying offence etc.
   33A.    Protection of children and vulnerable members of the community
   34.     Authorised driver must notify suspension or cancellation of licence etc.
   34A.    Authorised driver must notify damage, loss or theft of authorising document issued by chief executive
   35.     Driver’s obligation to notify of suspension or cancellation of licence etc.

   PART 2 - (Repealed)

   PART 3 - RESTRICTED RELEASE OF INFORMATION ABOUT DRIVER AUTHORISATION

   35H.    Restricted written release of information
   35I.    Restricted oral release of particular information

CHAPTER 4A - (Repealed)

CHAPTER 5 - MARKET ENTRY RESTRICTIONS

   36.     Market entry restrictions
   36AA.   No compensation for changes to market entry restrictions

CHAPTER 5A - ESSENTIAL PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

   36A.    Declaration of essential public transport infrastructure
   36B.    Chief executive’s power to give direction about use of essential public transport infrastructure
   36C.    Persons bound by essential infrastructure direction
   36D.    Failure to comply with essential infrastructure direction
   36E.    Record of essential infrastructure direction in land registry
   36F.    Compensation
   36G.    (Repealed)

CHAPTER 6 - SERVICE CONTRACTS

   PART 1 - PRELIMINARY

           Division 1 - Application of service contracts

   37.     Purpose of service contracts
   38.     What are service contracts
   38A.    (Repealed)
   38B.    Chief executive may enter into service contracts
   39.     Scope of service contracts
   40.     Service contracts to include minimum service levels
   41.     Other matters to be included in service contracts

           Division 2 - Requirement for service contracts

   42.     Declaration that service contracts are required
   42A.    Other declarations that service contracts are required
   42B.    Amendment of service contract area or route
   43.     Obligation to hold service contracts

           Division 3 - Administrative provisions

   44.     Term of service contracts
   45.     Conditions of service contracts
   46.     Review of holder’s performance
   47.     Amendment, suspension or cancellation of service contracts for breach of service contracts
   47A.    Renewal of service contracts
   48.     Transfer or surrender of service contracts etc.

           Division 4 - Emergency service contracts

   48A.    Chief executive may enter into emergency service contract
   48B.    Entering into an emergency service contract
   48C.    Term of emergency service contract

   PART 2 - SCHEDULED PASSENGER SERVICES

           Division 1 - Preliminary

   49.     Application of part
   50.     (Repealed)
   51.     Concessions under a service contract
   52.     Approval of basis for funding or other financial assistance by State
   53.     (Repealed)
   54.     (Repealed)

           Division 2 - General provisions for service contracts for general route services

   54A.    Application of div 2
   55.     Entering into a service contract for a general route service—no existing operators
   56.     Entitlement of existing operators
   57.     Entering into a service contract for a general route service
   58.     (Repealed)
   59.     Matters to be considered
   60.     Service contract for amended service contract area or route
   61.     Compensation
   62.     Offer of new service contract
   62A.    Notice to be given

           Division 2AA - Integrated mass transit service contracts

   62AAA.  What is the integrated mass transit area
   62AAB.  Definition for div 2AA
   62AAC.  What is an integrated mass transit service contract
   62AACA. Entering into an integrated mass transit service contract
   62AAD.  Offer of new integrated mass transit service contract
   62AAE.  Matters to be considered generally when considering offers for integrated mass transit service contracts
   62AAF.  Unsatisfactory performance of integrated mass transit service contract holder
   62AAG.  Service contract for amended service contract area or route
   62AAH.  Compensation
   62AAI.  What happens when integrated mass transit service contract is surrendered, cancelled or terminated

           Division 2A - Inviting offers for prescribed school service contracts

   62AA.   Application of div 2A to previous prescribed school service contracts
   62AB.   (Repealed)
   62AC.   Entitlement of satisfactorily performing existing operator under a service contract
   62AD.   First opportunity to offer may be given to existing operator of school services under a service contract
   62AE.   When public offer must be invited, and when offers may be invited in another way
   62AF.   Prohibition on making offers to allow first opportunity

           Division 3 - (Repealed)

   PART 3 - (Repealed)

   PART 4 - SPECIAL EVENTS

   67B.    Definition for pt 4
   67C.    Declaration of special event
   67D.    Coordination power for scheduled passenger services to special events
   67E.    Chief executive’s approval required for special event services
   67F.    Special event approvals

CHAPTER 7 - PERSONALISED TRANSPORT SERVICES

   PART 1 - PRELIMINARY

   68.     Main purpose of chapter
   69.     Definitions for chapter
   70.     What is a taxi service
   71.     What is a booked hire service
   72.     What is a booking service
   73.     When a person provides a taxi service or booked hire service

   PART 2 - TAXI SERVICES AND BOOKED HIRE SERVICES

           Division 1 - Providing services

   74.     Taxi service may only be provided using a taxi
   74AA.   (Repealed)
   74AB.   (Repealed)
   74AC.   (Repealed)
   74A.    (Repealed)
   74B.    (Repealed)
   75.     Restriction on providing booked hire service for particular taxi service area
   76.     Booked hire service may only be provided using particular motor vehicle
   77.     Restriction on providing booked hire service requested using fixed booking device
   78.     Booking service must be provided by authorised booking entity

           Division 2 - Booking records for booked hire services

   79.     Application of division
   80.     What is a booking record
   80A.    (Repealed)
   80B.    (Repealed)
   80BA.   (Repealed)
   80C.    (Repealed)
   80D.    (Repealed)
   80E.    (Repealed)
   80F.    (Repealed)
   80G.    (Repealed)
   80H.    (Repealed)
   80I.    (Repealed)
   80J.    (Repealed)
   80K.    (Repealed)
   80L.    (Repealed)
   81.     Booking entity’s obligations
   82.     Driver’s obligations

   PART 3 - SAFETY DUTIES

           Division 1 - Preliminary

   83.     Definitions for part
   83A.    (Repealed)
   84.     Persons in chain of responsibility
   85.     Relationship with other safety laws

           Division 2 - Principles

   86.     Principle of shared responsibility
   87.     Principles applying to duties
   87A.    (Repealed)
   87B.    (Repealed)
   87C.    (Repealed)
   87D.    (Repealed)

           Division 3 - Nature of primary duties

   88.     Primary duty of care
   89.     Duty of executive officer of corporation

           Division 4 - Failing to comply with primary duties

   90.     Reckless conduct—category 1
   91.     Failure to comply with duty—category 2
   91A.    Failure to comply with duty—category 3

           Division 5 - Duties relating to fatigue management

   91B.    Duties relating to fatigue
   91C.    Regulation may impose other fatigue management duties or requirements

   PART 4 - LICENCES AND AUTHORISATION FOR PERSONALISED TRANSPORT SERVICES

           Division 1 - Taxi service licences

   91D.    What is a taxi service licence
   91E.    Original taxi service licence
   91F.    Issue of a taxi service licence
   91G.    Transfer of taxi service licence between taxi service areas

           Division 2 - Limousine licences

   91H.    What is a limousine licence
   91I.    Term of limousine licence

           Division 3 - Booked hire service licences

   91J.    What is a booked hire service licence
   91K.    Issuing or refusing booked hire service licence
   91L.    Term of booked hire service licence
   91M.    Booked hire service licence not transferable

           Division 4 - General provisions for licences

   91N.    Application of division
   91O.    Conditions of licence
   91P.    Amendment of licence
   91Q.    Notice to driver about licence
   91R.    Vehicle stated in licence
   91S.    Transfer, lease or surrender of licence
   91T.    Suspending and cancelling licence
   91U.    Register of licences

           Division 5 - Booking entity authorisations

              Subdivision 1 - Booking entity authorisations generally

   91V.    What is a booking entity authorisation and an authorised booking entity
   91W.    Granting, renewing or refusing booking entity authorisation
   91X.    Term of booking entity authorisation
   91Y.    Conditions of booking entity authorisation
   91Z.    Amendment of booking entity authorisation
   91ZA.   Suspension and cancellation of booking entity authorisation
   91ZB.   Transfer, lease or surrender

              Subdivision 2 - Local nominee

   91ZC.   Application of subdivision
   91ZD.   Requirement for local nominee
   91ZE.   Local nominee is liable for offence against the Act
   91ZF.   Giving document or information

              Subdivision 3 - General provisions

   91ZG.   Obligation to keep and provide information
   91ZH.   Register of booking entity authorisations

   PART 5 - ENFORCEMENT

           Division 1 - Driving sanctions for driver offences

   91ZHA.  Application of division
   91ZI.   What is a relevant driver offence
   91ZJ.   Chief executive may impose driving sanction
   91ZK.   General effect of suspension of driver licence
   91ZL.   Effect of suspension of driver licence on vehicle insurance

           Division 2 - Audits

   91ZM.   Purpose of division
   91ZN.   Audit notice
   91ZO.   Failure to comply with audit notice
   91ZP.   Audit report
   91ZQ.   Direction to comply

           Division 3 - Other offences

   91ZQA.  Avoiding detection or prosecution
   91ZQB.  Executive officer may be taken to have committed offence
   91ZR.   Charging more than maximum fare
   91ZS.   Charging more than maximum payment surcharge for fare

   PART 6 - GENERAL PROVISIONS

           Division 1 - Taxi service areas

   91ZT.   Taxi service areas
   91ZU.   Public passenger service starting in taxi service area for a taxi
   91ZV.   No compensation for changes to taxi service areas

           Division 2 - Taxi industry security levy and fund

   91ZW.   Annual taxi industry security levy payable
   91ZX.   Taxi Industry Security Fund

           Division 3 - Other provisions

   91ZY.   Personalised transport subsidy scheme
   91ZZ.   Security cameras

CHAPTER 7A - (Repealed)

CHAPTER 8 - (Repealed)

CHAPTER 9 - STANDARDS

   92.     Making of standards
   93.     Notice of proposal to prepare draft standard
   94.     Preparation of draft standard
   95.     Notice of draft standard
   96.     Preparation of standard
   97.     Interim standards
   98.     Regulations prevail over standards
   99.     Amendment of standards
   99A.    Application of Acts Interpretation Act 1954
   100.    Direction to comply with standards
   101.    Application of standards to railway managers or railway operators
   101A.   Application of standards to light rail operators

CHAPTER 10 - REVIEW OF DECISIONS

   102.    Internal review of decisions
   103.    External review of decisions
   104.    Chief executive (employment screening)
   105.    (Repealed)
   106.    (Repealed)
   107.    (Repealed)
   108.    (Repealed)
   109.    (Repealed)

CHAPTER 11 - ENFORCEMENT

   PART 1 - INTERPRETATION

   110.    Definition for ch 11

   PART 2 - AUTHORISED PERSONS

           Division 1 - Appointment

              Subdivision 1 - Appointment of authorised persons generally

   111.    Appointment of authorised persons generally
   111A.   Restrictions on appointing authorised persons
   111B.   When person is suitable to be transit officer

              Subdivision 2 - Assessing person’s suitability to be a transit officer

   111C.   Application of sdiv 2
   111D.   Definition for sdiv 2
   111E.   Person to be advised of duties of disclosure
   111F.   Transit officers must disclose relevant information and changes to relevant information
   111G.   Chief executive may request information from commissioner of the police service
   111H.   Assessment of suitability
   111I.   Particular persons to be advised if person unsuitable
   111J.   Secrecy
   111K.   Guidelines for dealing with relevant information

              Subdivision 3 - Requirements about training of transit officers

   111L.   Requirements for course of training

           Division 2 - Identity requirements

   112.    Identity cards
   113.    Production or display of authorised person’s identity card
   113A.   Uniforms for transit officers
   113B.   Transit officer must be in uniform

           Division 3 - Requirements relating to transit officers

   113C.   Transit officers must continue to have relevant skills and abilities
   113D.   Transit officer must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs

           Division 4 - Cessation of appointment

   113E.   When authorised person ceases to hold office
   113F.   Resignation
   113G.   Revocation of appointment of transit officer

           Division 5 - Application of other Acts to particular transit officers

   113H.   Application of Crime and Corruption Act 2001
   113I.   Application of Public Sector Ethics Act 1994

           Division 6 - Miscellaneous

   114.    Powers of authorised persons
   115.    Protection from liability

   PART 2A - DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING OF TRANSIT OFFICERS

   116.    Chief executive may require transit officer to undergo alcohol test or drug test
   117.    (Repealed)
   118.    Alcohol or drug test results generally inadmissible
   119.    (Repealed)

   PART 3 - POWERS OF AUTHORISED PERSONS IN RELATION TO PLACES AND VEHICLES

   120.    Entry of place
   121.    Warrants
   122.    Warrants—applications made otherwise than in person
   123.    Entry or boarding of vehicles
   124.    General powers in relation to places and vehicles
   124A.   (Repealed)
   125.    Power to seize evidence
   126.    Procedure after thing seized
   126A.   Securing seized things
   126B.   Tampering with seized things
   126C.   Powers supporting seizure
   126D.   Forfeiture of seized things
   126DA.  Forfeiture on conviction
   126E.   Dealing with forfeited things etc.
   126F.   Return of seized things
   126G.   Access to seized things

   PART 3A - POWERS OF AUTHORISED PERSONS FOR DANGEROUS GOODS ON RAIL VEHICLES

   126GA.  Purpose of pt 3A
   126H.   Power to hold or stop and hold rail vehicle
   126HA.  Further powers if vehicle entered is rail vehicle
   126I.   Power to require rail vehicle inspection
   126J.   Power to prohibit use of rail vehicle
   126JA.  Further power for securing things seized relating to transport of dangerous goods
   126K.   Power to give remedial action notices
   126KA.  Use of equipment to examine or process things
   126KB.  Use or seizure of electronic equipment
   126KC.  Restoring vehicle or premises to original condition after action taken

   PART 3B - POWERS OF AUTHORISED PERSONS FOR DANGEROUS SITUATIONS INVOLVING RAIL VEHICLES

   126L.   Application of part
   126M.   Additional power to require information or produce document
   126N.   Power to give notice about dangerous situation
   126NA.  Dangerous situation notice
   126NB.  Contravention of dangerous situation notice
   126NC.  Oral direction may be given before dangerous situation notice is served
   126ND.  Withdrawal of dangerous situation notice
   126NE.  Proceedings for an offence not affected by dangerous situation notice
   126O.   Power to take direct action to deal with dangerous situation

   PART 3C - GOODS TOO DANGEROUS TO BE TRANSPORTED

   126OA.  Application of Act to goods too dangerous to be transported

   PART 4 - OTHER ENFORCEMENT POWERS OF AUTHORISED PERSONS

   126P.   Definition for pt 4
   127.    Power to require name, address and age
   128.    Power to require information from certain persons
   129.    Power to require production of certain documents
   129AA.  Power to require production of driver licence

   PART 4A - FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF TRANSIT OFFICER FOR PROTECTING SAFETY OF PERSONS OR PROPERTY

           Division 1 - Powers to detain a person

   129A.   Power to detain person who has committed a detainable offence
   129B.   Power to detain person to prevent continuation of detainable offence
   129C.   Power to detain person to prevent contravention of exclusion order

           Division 2 - Provisions about detaining persons generally

   129D.   Handcuffs may be used for detaining person
   129E.   Period of detention
   129F.   Information to be given to detained person
   129G.   Written report to be given to police officer
   129H.   Written report to be given to chief executive
   129I.   Requirements for written report given under this division
   129J.   Restrictions on questioning detained person

           Division 3 - Additional provisions about detaining children or persons with impaired capacity

   129K.   Limitation on detaining child
   129L.   Responsible person to be notified of detention
   129M.   Giving warning etc. to child or person with impaired capacity
   129N.   Nature of detention for child or person with impaired capacity

           Division 4 - Additional powers after person detained

   129O.   Power to require detained person to remove outer garment etc.
   129P.   Limits on directing removal of outer garment worn by detained person generally
   129Q.   Limit on directing removal of outer garment worn by detained person who is a child or person with impaired capacity
   129R.   Limits on frisk searching detained person generally
   129S.   Limits on frisk searching detained person who is a child or person with impaired capacity
   129T.   Power to take and retain particular articles

           Division 5 - Recording details of exercise of powers under this part

   129U.   Chief executive must maintain a register of detentions

           Division 6 - Other provisions about functions and powers under this part

   129V.   Guidelines must be followed
   129W.   Application of youth justice principles
   129X.   Transit officer must not fail to comply with this part

   PART 4B - POWERS OF COURT TO MAKE EXCLUSION ORDERS FOR PROTECTING THE PUBLIC OR PROPERTY

   129Y.   Definition for pt 4B
   129Z.   What is an exclusion order
   129ZA.  Court may make exclusion order
   129ZB.  Matters court must consider in deciding whether to make exclusion order
   129ZC.  Exclusion order to be explained if person before the court
   129ZD.  Amendment or revocation of exclusion order generally
   129ZE.  Order to be given to interested persons
   129ZF.  Amendment of exclusion order that restricts access for changes in personal circumstances
   129ZG.  Offence to contravene exclusion order

   PART 4C - POWERS OF COURT TO MAKE CIVIL BANNING ORDERS FOR PROTECTING THE PUBLIC OR PROPERTY

           Division 1 - Preliminary

   129ZH.  Definitions for pt 4C
   129ZI.  Purpose of pt 4C

           Division 2 - Orders

   129ZJ.  What is a civil banning order
   129ZK.  Who may apply for a civil banning order
   129ZL.  Application for a civil banning order
   129ZM.  Response by respondent
   129ZN.  Hearing of application
   129ZO.  Making a civil banning order
   129ZP.  Interim civil banning order
   129ZQ.  Varying or revoking civil banning order for changes in circumstances
   129ZR.  Court may make civil banning order by consent
   129ZS.  Orders must be served and explained
   129ZT.  (Repealed)
   129ZU.  No costs to be awarded
   129ZV.  No filing fee is payable
   129ZW.  Standard of proof
   129ZX.  General application of rules of court
   129ZY.  Interaction with criminal proceedings
   129ZZ.  Contravention of civil banning order or interim civil banning order

           Division 3 - Appeals

   129ZZA. Appeals
   129ZZB. Time for appeal
   129ZZC. Starting appeal
   129ZZD. Registrar to give respondent copies of particular documents
   129ZZE. Stay of operation of decision
   129ZZF. District Court’s powers on appeal
   129ZZG. No costs on appeal

           Division 4 - Miscellaneous

   129ZZH. Service of documents
   129ZZI. Police commissioner must provide information relevant to applications

   PART 5 - OTHER ENFORCEMENT MATTERS

   130.    False or misleading information
   131.    False, misleading or incomplete documents
   132.    Compensation
   133.    Authorised person to give notice of damage
   134.    Consent to entry by an authorised person
   135.    Obstructing authorised person
   136.    Impersonating authorised person

   PART 6 - (Repealed)

   PART 7 - (Repealed)

CHAPTER 11A - PAYMENT OF FARES AND DIRECTIONS AND OFFENCES

   143AA.  Definitions for ch 11A
   143AB.  Regulation may provide for matters relating to payment of fares
   143AC.  (Repealed)
   143AD.  Obtaining hire or use of vehicle by fraud or misrepresentation
   143ADA. (Repealed)
   143ADB. (Repealed)
   143AE.  Interfering with public transport infrastructure, service, vehicle or equipment
   143AF.  (Repealed)
   143AG.  Direction to leave, or not to enter, vehicle
   143AH.  Direction to leave or not to enter vehicle that is full
   143AHA. Power to require person to leave public transport infrastructure if person committing particular offences
   143AHB. Power to require person to leave or not enter public transport infrastructure if person contravening order
   143AHC. Direction to ensure orderly movement
   143AHD. Direction to ensure safety and security
   143AI.  Direction not to be given in particular circumstances
   143AJ.  Person given direction to be told particular things
   143AK.  Offence to contravene direction

CHAPTER 12 - MISCELLANEOUS

   PART 1 - GENERAL

   143B.   Approval of basis for funding for transport function
   143C.   Unclaimed credit in passenger accounts
   144.    Transport arrangements for students
   145.    (Repealed)
   146.    (Repealed)
   147.    Demand management
   148.    Inquiries about person’s suitability to hold accreditation or authorisation
   148A.   Notice of change in police information about a person
   148B.   Chief executive may enter into arrangement about giving and receiving information with commissioner of the police service
   148BA.  Obtaining information from chief executive (corrective services)
   148BB.  Information sharing in relation to entitlements to concession fares
   148C.   Confidentiality
   149.    Offences of dishonesty
   150.    Records and evidence from records
   150A.   Approval of forms
   150B.   Offences to be counted for particular penalty provisions
   150C.   When a person has committed an offence
   151.    Proceedings for offences
   152.    No need to prove appointments
   153.    Prosecutions for railway offences
   153A.   Facilitation of proof—dangerous goods offences
   153B.   Facilitation of proof—general
   154.    Attempt to commit offence
   154A.   Direction to pay operator the penalty recovered for fare evasion etc.

   PART 1A - GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY RAIL

   154AB.  Application of pt 1A
   154AC.  Special defence of compliance with direction
   154AD.  Responsibility for acts or omissions of representative
   154AE.  Transport documentation

   PART 2 - AUTHORISATIONS FOR COMPETITION LEGISLATION

           Division 1 - Interpretation

   154B.   Definitions for pt 2
   154C.   Meaning of fare provision
   154D.   Meaning of identified provision
   154E.   Meaning of management entity provision
   154F.   Meaning of service entity provision
   154G.   Meaning of State influenced entity
   154H.   References to public passenger services in pt 2
   154I.   Extended meanings of certain expressions in pt 2

           Division 2 - Authorisations

   154J.   Authorisations for coordination and integration of public passenger services
   154K.   Provisions limiting application of authorisations
   154L.   Provisions supporting application of authorisations

   PART 3 - REGULATION-MAKING POWER

   155.    Regulation-making power
   155A.   (Repealed)

   PART 4 - (Repealed)

CHAPTER 13 - TRANSITIONAL AND VALIDATION PROVISIONS

   PART 1 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2002

   156.    Continuation of temporary service contracts

   PART 1A - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2004

           Division 1 - Authorised persons

   157.    Authorised persons

           Division 2 - (Repealed)

           Division 3 - Driver disqualifying offences

   162.    Driver disqualifying offences
   163.    Transitional regulation-making power

   PART 1B - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT (NO. 2) 2004

   164.    Provisions dealing with impact of decisions of local governments on public passenger transport
   165.    (Repealed)
   166.    (Repealed)
   167.    (Repealed)
   168.    (Repealed)
   169.    (Repealed)
   170.    (Repealed)
   171.    (Repealed)
   172.    (Repealed)
   172A.   (Repealed)
   172B.   (Repealed)
   172C.   (Repealed)
   172D.   (Repealed)
   172E.   (Repealed)
   172F.   (Repealed)
   173.    (Repealed)

   PART 2 - TRANSITION OF REFERENCES IN ACTS

   174.    Application of part
   175.    Urban Passenger Service Proprietors Assistance Act 1975 references
   176.    Urban Public Passenger Transport Act 1984 references
   177.    State Transport Act 1960 references etc.

   PART 3 - VALIDATION OF PARTICULAR SERVICE CONTRACTS

   178.    Validation of service contracts in Translink area

   PART 4 - (Repealed)

   PART 5 - PROVISION FOR TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2008, PART 7

   180.    Category C driver disqualifying offence

   PART 6 - PROVISION FOR TRANSPORT OPERATIONS (TRANSLINK TRANSIT AUTHORITY) ACT 2008

   181.    Existing declarations under s 42(2) for a scheduled passenger service

   PART 7 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2008, PART 6, DIVISION 1

   182.    Application of ch 11, pt 4B

   PART 8 - (Repealed)

   PART 9 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2010

           Division 1 - Provisions for relocated provisions

   184.    Relocation of TransLink Act provisions

           Division 2 - Other provisions

   185.    Provision for s 67B
   186.    Provision for s 67D
   187.    Deferral of application of s 67H for particular contracts and arrangements for special event services

   PART 10 - VALIDATION OF REGULATION

   188.    Validation of Transport Legislation Amendment (Postponement) Regulation (No. 1) 2008

   PART 11 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2011

   189.    Application of amended provisions about driver disqualifying offences in relation to driver authorisations
   190.    Application of ch 11, pt 4B immediately before the commencement
   191.    Application of ch 11, pt 4C

   PART 12 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR WEAPONS AMENDMENT ACT 2011

   192.    Meaning of disqualifying offence

   PART 13 - TRANSITIONAL AND DECLARATORY PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT OPERATIONS (PASSENGER TRANSPORT) AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2012

   193.    Definitions for pt 13
   194.    Declaratory provision for s 62AAG(6)
   195.    Novation of TransLink contracts to the State
   196.    Existing service contracts not affected
   197.    Transfer of TransLink assets and liabilities to the State
   198.    Successor in law
   199.    Registration of transferred assets
   200.    References to former body known as TransLink
   201.    Preservation of rights of employees
   202.    Special event declarations

   PART 14 - VALIDATION PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2014

   203.    Extended services under integrated mass transit service contracts
   204.    Extended services under standard service contracts

   PART 15 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR HOLIDAYS AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2015

   205.    Digital photos and digitised signatures

   PART 16 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR TRANSPORT LEGISLATION (TAXI SERVICES) AMENDMENT ACT 2016

   206.    Application of s 70

   PART 17 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR HEAVY VEHICLE NATIONAL LAW AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2016

   207.    Regulation-making power—expiry or repeal of taxi and limousine industry assistance regulation

   PART 18 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION (PERSONALISED TRANSPORT REFORM) AMENDMENT ACT 2017

   208.    Definitions for part
   209.    Existing taxi service bailment agreements
   210.    Existing taxi administration service contracts
   211.    Existing taxi service areas
   212.    Record of booking for a limousine service
   213.    Suspension of taxi service licence or limousine service licence
   214.    Reviews of decisions related to taxi service administration contracts
   215.    Reviews of decision relating to taxi service licences and limousine service licences
   216.    No compensation

   PART 19 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR TRANSPORT AND OTHER LEGISLATION AMENDMENT ACT 2017

   217.    Category A driver disqualifying offence

   PART 20 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISION FOR PERSONALISED TRANSPORT OMBUDSMAN ACT 2019

   218.    Proceedings for particular offences
           SCHEDULE 1
           SCHEDULE 1A
           SCHEDULE 1B
           SCHEDULE 2
           SCHEDULE 3


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