Have your say about public transport

Do you want to help improve public transport accessibility for people with disability? 

The Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002 (Transport Standards) seek to remove discrimination for people with disability accessing public transport services in order to provide equality and independence. 

Melbourne tram - Photo by Pat Whelen: https://www.pexels.com/photo/people-walking-on-sidewalk-during-night-time-5614612/

You can have your say as part of the government’s 2022 Review of the Transport Standards

The Australian Government would like to hear from you, whether you are a person with disability, a family member, carer or friend, and encourage you to share your experiences using public transport. Let the government know if you have equal access to public transport and what needs to be changed.
You might have participated in the government’s consultations in early 2022 to help modernise the Transport Standards. The 2022 Review is separate from these reforms, so it is crucial we provide our feedback for this as well.

Have your say 

Read the full 2022 Review discussion paper here 
Find out more at infrastructure.gov.au/transport-standards-review or by calling 1800 621 372.

Public consultation is open until 30 June 2023.


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