Rod Barton was elected to the Legislative Council of the Parliament of Victoria to represent the Eastern Metropolitan Region in November 2018. He has been involved in the taxi, limousine and hire car industry for more than 25 years.
Eucalypts continue to be planted as street trees despite the high prevalence at which they fall.
Making the switch from incandescent globes to LEDs will bring road safety and energy use benefits
What will be coming up is that with the current motor vehicle duty exemption for wheelchair-accessible vehicles not extending to vehicles providing unbooked commercial passenger vehicle services currently—taxis—and given the importance of maintaining the number of wheelchair-accessible vehicles, subject to cabinet process the government intends to extend the existing exemption to taxis in the upcoming Victorian budget 2022–23
Every worker deserves to go to work and come home safely.
An audit by the New South Wales point-to-point transport commissioner showed that in New South Wales alone Uber had 516 complaints of sexual misconduct and assault in a six-month period, almost three a day. In 94 per cent of the sexual misconduct complaints Uber let their drivers stay on their platform
This is bureaucracy gone mad.