Tram accessiblity issues raise barriers for Victorians with a disability
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.
Kerri Cassidy, EO of Disability Resources Centre
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