Centralised Booking Services Accreditation - South Australia

Service summary

Any person who operates a centralised booking service must hold an accreditation under the Passenger Transport Act.

A centralised booking service is where bookings for taxi services in the metropolitan area are accepted from members of the public and the bookings are assigned to drivers. The number of taxis participating in the service is to be not less than two.

Service type


A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

The primary purpose of accreditation is to ensure that the relevant person or persons (including in the case of a company, each of the directors and certain other interested persons), are of good repute and are fit and proper people to be responsible for the operation of a centralised booking service and that the service complies with the prescribed standards.


5 years with annual instalment payable each year.


Variable ??? please confirm with agency

Additional information

A Centralised Booking Service Operator Accreditation Kit is available from the Accreditation and Licensing Centre DPTI and includes information regarding required service standards

Administering agency

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
Accreditation and Licensing Centre

Act(s) name

Passenger Transport Act 1994 (South Australia)

Contact details

Senior Accreditation Officer

One Stop Shop
Open Monday to Friday 9am to 4.45pm. Closed Public Holidays

Operating address:
One Stop Shop
71 Richmond Road
Mile End SA 5033






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