New Advocate To Shape More Accessible Transport Network

The Andrews Labor Government has created a new Chief Accessibility Advocate role to provide advice and help improve accessibility across the Victorian transport network.

Tricia Malowney OAM has been appointed in the new role, which will support the Labor Government’s coordinated, whole of transport approach to accessibility – delivering better outcomes for all Victorians living with a disability no matter how they choose to travel.

In addition, Liz Ellis has been appointed to the role of chair of the Accessible Transport Advisory Committee, with two new committee members, Melissa Hale and Martin Stewart, as well as the reappointment of Mark Tomkins.

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Topics:
Transport

Author:
Mirage News

Date published:
Fri 3rd Dec, 2021