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Neath Port Talbot taxi fares set to rise amidst rising operating costs



In a recent council licensing meeting, officials in Neath Port Talbot discussed proposed increases to taxi fares.


The starting rate could see a 10p rise for tariff one and 20p for tariff two. Furthermore, every tenth of a mile could soon cost an additional 2p.

The adjustments, including a rise from 50p to 75p for journeys with more than four passengers, will help operators manage escalating costs for fuel, insurance, and licensing. Public feedback will be sought before any changes are confirmed by the cabinet.


Tariff increases for local taxi services throughout the UK are crucial primarily due to the rising operational costs faced by operators. These costs include increases in fuel prices, insurance premiums, and vehicle maintenance expenses. Additionally, licensing fees may also rise.

To ensure that taxi businesses remain viable and can continue providing safe, reliable transportation, fare adjustments are necessary. These increases also help in maintaining the quality of service passengers expect, compensating drivers fairly, and keeping the fleet in good condition.


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