This page contains some key resources on walking and cycling, including an archive of the documents produced by the Australian Bicycle Council.
|Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2020-2022
Department for Infrastructure and Transport, South Australia
The Disability Access and Inclusion Plan details the Department for Infrastructure and Transport’s commitment to promoting, protecting and enhancing the rights of people living with disability in South Australia. The Plan includes clear and measurable actions and targets designed through community and Departmental consultation to give effect to the priority areas of the first State Disability Inclusion Plan 2019-2023, as they relate to the purpose and activities of the Department.
|Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2018 – 2022
Transport for NSW
The NSW Government is funding numerous projects under the Transport Access Program to upgrade train stations, ferry wharves and interchanges. New infrastructure, such as the Sydney Metro Northwest and the CBD and South East Light Rail, are being built to the very highest standards of accessibility.
We have invested in new trains, buses and ferries – all which have improved accessibility features.
The Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2018-2022 builds upon the successes of the previous plan, the Disability Action Plan 2012-2017, to set an ambitious agenda for the next five years.
This document presents a vision of a more accessible future for transport in NSW. More importantly, it outlines concrete, measurable steps towards achieving that vision.
|Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
Department of Transport, Main Roads Western Australia and Public Transport Authority
The PTA, together with our Transport Portfolio partners Main Roads and the Department of Transport, has developed the Transport Portfolio Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) for 2022-2027.
The DAIP aims to ensure that people with a disability have the same opportunity as other people to access PTA public transport services, information and facilities.
The PTA has also developed the PTA Implementation Plan for Transport Portfolio Disability Access and Inclusion Plan which demonstrates our commitment to providing a high level of independence for all passengers.
Public Transport Authority Western Australia
The PTA Accessibility Policy has been developed as the overarching document for access. Our Accessibility Policy outlines how the PTA shall, as far as reasonably practical, provide public passenger transport services and facilities that are accessible to all passengers.
|Transport Accessibility Strategy
Department of Transport and Planning
The Victorian Government is working to ensure our public transport network is inclusive and accessible for all Victorians.
In Victoria, 1.1 million people have either a physical or non-physical disability. Our ageing population and those with other mobility barriers also need accessibility support on the transport network.
|Accessibility and Inclusion Strategy Summary
Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland
TMR commits to lead the delivery of accessible and inclusive transport products, services, information and infrastructure, and TMR workplaces and work practices.
|Accessibility and Inclusion Plan 2023–2024
Department of Main Roads and Transport Queensland
The TMR Accessibility and Inclusion Plan 2023–2024 was developed to outline the practical actions TMR will take over the next 2 years to deliver our vision.
To develop the plan, we looked at best practice research, data and analysis, international accessibility and inclusion reporting frameworks, key indicators of success, and we engaged our customers, partners and staff.
This plan outlines 27 actions across 3 key pillars:
We will report our progress on the plan actions and in 2024 we will develop an updated plan based on key learnings, co-design activities and emerging trends.
This plan is available in the following accessible formats:
|Accessibility and inclusion strategy
Department of Main Roads and Transport, Queensland
The Accessibility and Inclusion Strategy (AIS) will ensure that TMR's approach to accessibility and inclusion aligns with the Queensland Government's Advancing Queensland's Priorities.