|The Victorian Taxi Servicise Commission has failed to protect Taxi owners and has allowed itself to be a tool for the benefit of the Labor party instead of protecting all of the TSC stakeholders, license owners, lease operators and failing to declare the $1Billion per annum customer service base or the “Goodwill” as a public asset.
The TSC prevented Innovation or competition of the Taxi Industry leaving the industry without the ability to compete with Uber
The TSC failed to protect the “Goodwill” from being usurped by Uber, where Taxi owners paid hundreds of thousands and the TSC charges $23,700 p/a for one small share of the customer service base or Goodwill.
The TSC failed to protect the “Goodwill” from being dissolved by those operating lawlessly, the Goodwill that Taxi owners helped to build through hard work and over generations in some cases.
The TSC failed to declare and value the $1B per annum customer service base as a public asset and deliberately attempted to further dissolve the value of a public asset, by reducing or removing regultions around vehicles and drivers.
The TSC together with Labor colluded to give away $1B per annum customer service base (a public asset) along with the TSC powers and all for free, while Taxi owners payed hundreds of thousands or 23,700 p/a for one small share of the customer service base.
We are calling on all of the TSC Senior management, the treasurer Tim Pallas and the architect of this deception Jacinta Allan to immediately step down, for attempting to defraud the Victorian Public out of a public asset with the potential value of $Billions of dollars.
We are calling for the passenger services and rideshare legislation to immediately be withdrawn until the TSC customer service base can be properly valued as a public asset and sold to the private sector.
The sale can properly fund a fair buy back of licenses and fund the privatisation of the passenger services sector, with out the need for a $2 levy.
We will be handing out flyers to the public around the TSC offices in the morning and then we will be continuing to Danial Andrews office at Treasury place from about 10.15 am.