Public transport in Victoria is being made more accessible to support the needs and aspirations of people with disabilities.
Affordability and availability are important elements of the public transport system. Victorians who are unable to afford a ticket or access transport services might be prevented from accessing employment, educational and social opportunities.
A number of concessions are available to assist Senior Victorians, students, people on low incomes and people with accessibility needs. For more information, see Free travel passes or concession fares.
There are also services and support to enable everyone to feel more confident in using public transport. Use the links below for information about accessible transport in Melbourne and Victoria:
- Improving accessibility
- Mobility aid specifications
- Travellers Aid
- Vision or hearing impairment
- Wheelchair access and mobility requirements
- Central Melbourne mobility map trial
- Priority seating
- Try Before you Ride
- Accessible Transport Advisory Committee
- Accessible Public Transport Action Plan 2020-24
- Melbourne's new bigger, better trains
If you have hearing difficulties, you can use the National Relay Service to contact us. Once you contact the National Relay Service, ask to call 1800 800 007. A TTY facility is also available by calling 03 9619 2727.
This work done is accordance with the provisions of the Commonwealth Government’s Disability Discrimination Act (1992) and the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport (2002), and actions included in the Accessible Public Transport Action Plan, a strategy for delivering accessible bus, train, tram and commercial passenger vehicle services throughout Victoria.