Access to public transport enables Australians to participate in the community. The Transport Standards help people to travel to work or study, connect with family, friends and their community, and access healthcare services.
One in six people aged 15 years and over with disability have difficulty using public transport. The challenges people with disability may face when using public transport can include:
• poor access to stations, stops and terminals
• difficulty in accessing information suitable to their needs
• safety challenges in planning and completing a public transport journey.
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2022 Review of the Transport Standards