Students with disability and transport are the main winners in this year’s budget. $235 million will go towards students with disability and their families, along with expanding out of school hours care availability to accommodate their needs. For Victorians that are unable or unwilling to drive, $190 million will be used to cap public transport fares at the metro rate. A further $601 million will be spent to build 23 VLocity trains, and $219 million will go towards morel V-Line services, including extra weekend services on major regional train lines. Similarly, $32 million will be set aside for the Students with Disabilities Transport Program, which provides transport assistance for students with disability to attend specialist schools.