Accessibility and mobility

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

The Department of Transport (DoT) is committed to achieving Substantive Equality* by identifying and eliminating any areas of systemic discrimination, with a focus on people with disability, Aboriginal peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

*Substantive Equality recognises that entitlements, opportunities and access are not equally distributed throughout the community. Consequently, there may be barriers to service provision resulting in unequal outcomes for particular groups. 

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 Disability access and inclusion plan

The Department of Transport (DoT) is committed to providing services to the diverse Western Australian community, including people with disability in a fair and non-discriminatory manner.

 Multicultural plan

DoT’s Multicultural Plan 2021-24 aims to improve services, opportunities and outcomes for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

 Reconciliation action plan

Our vision for reconciliation is to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as members of our thriving community by connecting them to goods, services and places and providing linkages between land and sea.

 Remote Services

The Department of Transport, as part of an ongoing commitment to substantive equality, has implemented a program of works to improve service delivery for remote communities.

 Universal access

Well designed and connected communities benefit everyone. An accessible environment is particularly relevant for people with disability but also benefits a broader range of people.
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