Transport is a vital service. It connects people and communities, and provides access to jobs, social activities, family, and essential services. That’s why we’re committed to making public transport accessible for everyone including people:
- With disability
- Who use a wheelchair or mobility device
- Who are elderly
- Who are travelling with a pram or luggage
We have a range of projects and initiatives in place to address aspects of social access and transport inequality.
TfNSW Disability Action Plan
The Disability Action Plan 2012-2017 details our priorities and action plan for delivering high quality services to all customers including those with disability or limited mobility.
The Transport Access Program
Our multi-million dollar Transport Access Program is making existing transport infrastructure safer and more accessible for all customers.
We currently have hundreds of projects underway or completed at stations, wharves, bus stops and interchanges across the State as part of the program.
Accessible Transport Apps
We have also launched a number of accessible transport apps designed to support customers with a disability or mobility issues.
Travel training for people with disability
We offer travel training to support people with disability to travel on public transport.
Our First Stop Transport online guide also includes helpful information about accessible travel on trains, buses, ferries and light rail.