The paper improves several state complexity bounds for input-driven pushdown automata (IDPDA), also known as visibly pushdown automata. For deterministic IDPDA it is proved that the number of states sufficient and in the worst case necessary to represent the reversal of an n-state automaton is exactly if all inputs are assumed to be well-nested, and between and (formula presented) without this restriction, cf. (formula presented) in the literature. For the concatenation of an m-state and an n-state IDPDA, the new lower bound is which is asymptotically tight for well-nested inputs. Without this restriction, the state complexity is between and Finally, it is proved that transforming an n-state nondeterministic IDPDA to a deterministic one requires exactly states, cf. in the literature; the known lower bounds on complementing nondeterministic IDPDA and on transforming them to unambiguous are also improved.