The Taxi Transport Subsidy Scheme (TTSS) provides subsidised travel, allowing approved participants to travel by taxi at half fare, up to a maximum subsidy of $30 per trip.
The scheme was introduced in 1981 to assist NSW residents who are unable to use public transport because of a qualifying severe and permanent disability.
Transport for NSW administers TTSS.
Who is eligible?
Each application is reviewed by Transport for NSW’s independent medical assessor. It is important that the applicant’s medical practitioner or treating specialist provides enough detail and supporting documents to allow the severity of your disability or medical condition to be assessed.
Participation is not means tested. Receipt of an aged, invalid, blind or any other pension will not automatically qualify you for participation in the TTSS.
For more details read the Eligibility criteria.
Terms and conditions
Applicants for participation in TTSS are required to read and agree to the TTSS Terms and Conditions. Please read these specific requirements before completing the application.
For more details read the General Information booklet to help answer further questions about TTSS.
How to apply
To apply for TTSS, enter your details in the Application Form, and provide the application to your medical practitioner or treating specialist for completion. Once complete be sure to sign and date the form and then mail it to TTSS at the address provided.
To request an application form be sent to you by mail, call TTSS on 1800 623 724 (toll free).
When you have received the form, enter your details and provide the application to your medical practitioner or treating specialist for completion. Once complete be sure to sign and date the form and then mail it to TTSS at the address provided.