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Tram accessiblity issues raise barriers for Victorians with a disability

Source: Victorian Auditor-General

On October 15, the Victorian Auditor General’s office issued a report on tram accessibility. This stated that the Department of Transport was failing to meet accessiblity targets. How does this affect the lives of Victorians with a disability?

Bec Jordan spoke with Kerri Cassidy, EO of Disability Resources Centre, to see what the issues are and what must be done to fix them.

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Kerri Cassidy, EO of Disability Resources Centre

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Bec Jordan

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