Accessibility and mobility

This section provides access, inclusion and equality information on plans, policies, resources and services.

Disability access and inclusion plan


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The DoT is committed to providing services to the diverse Western Australian community, including people with disabilities in a fair and non-discriminatory manner.

Reconciliation action plan


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The Department's Reconciliation Action Plan is part of a Commonwealth and State policy seeking to close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians on life expectancy, educational achievement and employment opportunities.

Remote Areas Licensing program


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The Department of Transport, as part of an ongoing commitment to substantive equality, has introduced a Remote Areas Licensing program.

Substantive equality


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Substantive Equality recognises that entitlements, opportunities and access are not equally distributed throughout the community.

Universal access


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A number of Department of Transport resources are available to improve universal access related to pedestrian environments to meet the needs of seniors and people with disabilities.

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