We want to hear from people with disability and carers of people with disability about the design of accessibility upgrades at train stations in your area.

We are making public transport options safer and more accessible by upgrading train stations across NSW as part of the Safe Accessible Transport program. This will be done by installing new lifts, widening platforms and improving signage and wayfinding to make it easier for people with disabilities use their local stations. These station upgrades will help us meet compliance with the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport (DSAPT).

Be a part of the design process

We would like people with disabilities of all kinds to be a part of an online workshop, where you can share your experience of using your local train station with our project team. You will make a real difference to your community by helping us design a station that meets the needs of the local community. Your feedback will help the project team design a better station for everyone, including people with disabilities.

We want to better understand what makes using a train station hard for you and what things make it easier for you to use a train station. That might be ramps, hearing loops, or clearly marked areas where you can be helped on or off the train.

We are keen to engage with people with different disability types including people with cognitive and intellectual disabilities. We are also happy to speak with you over the phone or via email if group settings are not for you.

If you would like to participate, please register your interest and we will be in contact with you to help you through the next steps.

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