Accessible Public Transport Action Plan 2020-24
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Accessible Public Transport Action Plan 2020-24

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Title: PDF logo Accessible Public Transport Action Plan 2020-24 (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: The Victorian Government is reducing barriers to accessing public transport. The Accessible Public Transport Action Plan 2020-24 outlines how to eliminate barriers to public transport journeys. The action plan sets out the steps the Victorian Government is taking to improve access to public transport and contributes to the Victorian State Disability Plan 2013-2016 and complies with the Federal Government's Disability Discrimination Act 1992.
Organisation: Victorian Government
Publishing date: February 2021
Last reviewed: October 2021
Target audience: General

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